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ODPHP-HF

Prot├ęgete de la hepatitis B

safety  vaccine  vaccines  malaria  food safety  bed bugs  water safety  healthfinder  ODPHP  Health topics 

Share this resource to help people stay safe and healthy when they travel outside the United States.

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ODPHP-HF

Stay Healthy When You Travel

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CDC

Parasites - Features

parasites  developing countries  Scabies  worms  parasitic diseases  bed bugs  guinea worm  organism that lives on or in a host  cause disease  filariasis  sleeping sickness  lice  Chagas  leishmaniasis  river blindness  trypanosomiasis  hookworm  roundworm  pinworm 

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Parasites can cause disease in humans.

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CDC

Bed Bugs - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Frequently asked questions about bed bugs.

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CDC

Bed Bugs - Global Health

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Education and information about bed bugs including frequently asked questions, biology and publications.

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CDC

CDC - Parasites - Features - Springtime for Raccoons: Be aware of <em>Baylisascaris procyonis</em>

features  parasites  CDC  springtime  raccoons  embaylisascaris  procyonisem  developing countries  Scabies  worms  parasitic diseases  bed bugs  guinea worm  organism that lives on or in a host  cause disease  filariasis  sleeping sickness  lice  Chagas  leishmaniasis 

Raccoons emerge from their winter dormancy (sleep) and become more active in the spring. They begin scavenging for food and searching for a mate. This means raccoons may be around your home more often in the spring.

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