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Baby Food and Infant Formula food  baby  infant  formula 

Baby Food and Infant Formula

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CDC

Protect Your Baby with Immunization protect  immunization  baby 

Immunization is one of the best ways parents can protect their infants from 14 serious childhood diseases before age 2. Check to see if your baby is up to date on immunizations.

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What are the Reasons to Vaccinate My Baby? | CDC Features features  what  vaccinate  pertussis  CDC  baby  reasons  CDC Features  vaccine effectiveness  vaccine safety  Whooping Cough  reasons to vaccinate  why should I vaccinate my baby  infant Immunization  childhood Immunization  childhood vaccination  childhood diseases  vaccine-preventable diseases  Power to Protect  required shots for babies 

Protecting your child's health is very important to you. That's why most parents choose immunization. Nothing protects babies better from 14 serious childhood diseases. Choose immunization. It's the powerful defense that's safe, prove, and effective.

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CDC

Hepatitis C: Testing Baby Boomers Saves Lives | CDC Features hepatitis  lives  baby  testing  cdcfeatures  boomers  saves  hepatitis c  Liver Disease  Blood test  CDC Features  viral hepatitis  liver cancer  antibody test  baby boomer  1945-1965 hepatitis C 

About 3 million Americans have hepatitis C, most are baby boomers or people born from 1945-1965. Baby boomers are 5 times more likely to have hepatitis C. If you were born during these years, talk to your doctor about getting tested.

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CDC Celebrates Minority Health Month | CDC Features health  features  foods  support  tobacco  celebrates  CDC  baby  healthy  month  nutrition  babies  obesity  communities  minority  breastfeeding  health disparities  health equity  african american  hispanic 

April is National Minority Health Month. The theme for 2016 is “Accelerating Health Equity for the Nation.” Learn what CDC is doing and help raise awareness of the health disparities that affect minorities.

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CDC

Spring and Baby Poultry are Here | CDC Features poultry  features  salmonella  infections  risk  CDC  baby  human  CDC Features 

Peep, chirp, quack! Live baby poultry, such as chicks, ducklings, goslings, and baby turkeys, can carry harmful germs called Salmonella. After you touch a chick, duckling, or other baby bird, or anything in the area where they live and roam, WASH YOUR HANDS so you don't get sick!

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Protect Your Baby with Immunization | CDC Features features  protect  pertussis  immunization  CDC  baby  CDC Features  vaccine effectiveness  vaccine safety  Whooping Cough  why should I vaccinate my baby  infant Immunization  childhood Immunization  childhood vaccination  childhood diseases  vaccine-preventable diseases  Power to Protect  required shots for babies  paying for vaccines  vaccine protection 

Immunization is one of the best ways parents can protect their infants from 14 serious childhood diseases before age 2. Vaccinate your child according to the CDC’s recommended immunization schedule for safe, proven disease protection.

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CDC

Helping Children with Congenital CMV | CDC Features features  children  pregnant  virus  pregnancy  protect  CDC  baby  blood  babies  cytomegalovirus  Urine  CDC Features  Birth Defects  CMV  developmental disabilities  hearing loss  congenital CMV  CMV infection  toddlers 

Help children with congenital CMV infection develop to their full potential.

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CDC

Smokers' Stories: Lost Teeth, a Tiny Baby | CDC Features stories  smoking  baby  cessation  smokers'  teeth  stop smoking  quit smoking  CDC Features  Tobacco Use  Tips From Former Smokers  Smoking comercials 

Meet the real people in CDC's graphic new ads. They want to be your reason to quit smoking for good.

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CDC

Protect Your Baby from Group B Strep! | CDC Features prevention  features  pregnant  pregnancy  protect  CDC  group  strep  baby  CDC Features  Group B Strep  group B streptococcal bacteria  GBS carrier  35 weeks pregnant  labor  antibiotics during labor 

Talk with your doctor about a GBS test when you are 35-37 weeks pregnant.

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CDC

Breastfeeding Week | CDC Features features  CDC  week  baby  mother  breastfeeding  CDC Features  breastfeeding support  breastfeeding report card  professional support 

Breastfeeding rates continue to rise in the United States. Professional breastfeeding support can help mothers start and continue breastfeeding

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NIH

Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby pregnancy  problems  baby  chance  Boost  having 

For those who dream of being parents, pregnancy problems can be tremendously frustrating and disappointing. In recent decades, scientists have developed a wide range of approaches to help struggling couples have healthy babies. And NIH-funded studies are continuing to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.

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CDC Features - Newborn Hearing Screening Important for Development | CDC Features baby  CDC Features  Child Development  hearing loss  deaf  hard of hearing  developmental delay 

Babies begin to develop speech and language from the time they are born. All parents should learn the results of their baby's newborn hearing screening test.

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Fragile X Syndrome and Associated Disorders | CDC Features baby  CDC Features  Birth Defects  Genetic Disorders  intellectual disability  newborn screening  Rare disorders 

July 22 is Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) Awareness Day. FXS is the most common known cause of inherited intellectual disability. How much do you know about FXS? Take our quiz to find out.

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