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Food Safety Modernization Act: Putting the Focus on Prevention prevention  food  safety  modernization 

Food Safety Modernization Act: Putting the Focus on Prevention

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Prevention at School prevention  school  bullying  stop bullying  safer schools  prevent bullying at school  school bullying prevention 

School staff can work to address bullying before it even starts.

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Media Guidelines for Bullying Prevention prevention  bullying  media  guidelines 

Media coverage of social issues has a profound impact on how communities understand and address problems. Research and expert opinion suggest that certain trends in media coverage of bullying have the potential to do harm. This section offers help to journalists, bloggers, the entertainment creative community, and others who are developing content about bullying.

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ACIP: Prevention and Control of Seasonal Influenza with Vaccines flu  prevention  adverse events  seasonal  vaccine  recommendations  vaccines  ACIP  control  influenza  LAIV  TIV  Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices  primary changes 

Information for the influenza season including vaccine composition, dosage and administration, recommendations for specific populations, and more - CDC

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Staying Healthy with Epilepsy | CDC Features prevention  health  features  CDC  epilepsy  seizure  health care  CDC Features  comorbidity  health management  self-management 

If you have epilepsy, you are also more likely to have other health issues. Reduce your risk of other health problems by getting recommended screenings and services, eating a healthy diet, exercising safely, and managing your epilepsy well.

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Common Colds: Protect Yourself and Others | CDC Features prevention  cough  treatment  protect  CDC  antibiotics  infection  common  cold  common cold  headache  CDC Features  runny nose  sore throat  winter cold  respiratory virus  rhinovirus  cold symptoms  sneezing  body ache 

Sore throat and runny nose are usually the first signs of a cold, followed by coughing and sneezing. Most people recover in 7-10 days or so. You can help reduce your risk of getting a cold by washing your hands often and avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.

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Prevent Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning | CDC Features carbon monoxide  prevention  poisoning  CDC  CO  CDC Features  power outages  storms  CO Poisoning  winter weather  home heating systems  time change  CO detectors  Daylight Savings Time 

When you set your clocks backward one hour Sunday, November 6, 2016, remember to check the batteries in your CO detector.

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Protect Against Respiratory Syncytial Virus | CDC Features prevention  cough  infants  CDC  care  respiratory syncytial virus  rsv  transmission  pneumonia  CDC Features  runny nose  sore throat  cold-like symptoms  bronchiolitis  young children  wheezing  wheeze  reduced appetite  palivizumab 

RSV is common during fall, winter and spring. It usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. But RSV can be serious, especially for infants and older adults. Help protect your child and others from RSV.

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Preventing Falls Among Older Adults - CDC Features prevention  CDC  falls  older adults 

We all want to protect our older family members and help them stay safe, secure, and independent. Knowing how to reduce the risk of falling, a leading cause of injury, is a step toward this goal.

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World Rabies Day | CDC Features prevention  health  global  vaccination  pet  prevent  day  vaccinate  world  control  celebrate  exposure  rabies  animal  celebration  wildlife  bat  event  CDC Features  CAT 

September 28 is World Rabies Day. Established in 2007, it aims to raise awareness about rabies and help the world come together to fight this dreadful but neglected disease. This year on the 10th anniversary of the effort, we are reminded that the fight is not yet over.

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Preventing Suicide | CDC Features prevention  suicidal  suicide  CDC Features  suicide prevention  preventing suicide 

September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day

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The High Cost of Excessive Drinking to States | CDC Features prevention  features  US  states  CDC  study  drinking  economics  alcohol  cost  excessive  CDC Features  Binge Drinking  alcohol use  excessive alcohol  community-based stategies  alcohol consumption  workplace poductivity  economic cost 

The cost of excessive alcohol use in the U.S. rose to almost a quarter trillion dollars in 2010. Implementing effective community-based interventions can reduce excessive drinking and its costs.

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