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The United States Cancer Statistics: 2007 Incidence and Mortality Web-based report contains official federal government cancer statistics for cancer incidence in 99% of the U.S. population and mortality statistics for 100% of the U.S. population.
Make Health Your Resolution
Here are some ways to make health your resolution. Enjoy a new year of healthy possibilities!
Prevent the Spread of Norovirus Infection
Noroviruses spread easily, causing more than 20 million gastroenteritis cases each year in the U.S. There's no vaccine to prevent and no drug to treat norovirus infection. Wash your hands, follow practical tips, keep virus-free.
Rubella: Make Sure Your Child Is Fully Immunized
Rubella, also known as German measles, is usually mild in children. But for adults — especially pregnant women — rubella can cause serious consequences. Don’t take chances: Protect your child, protect others…vaccinate on schedule with MMR.
Smoking Cessation for New Year’s
As the New Year begins, determine to make 2011 the year that you quit smoking. Resources are available to help you quit for good this year.
Take Folic Acid: Folic Acid Awareness Week
Make being healthy your resolution. Find ways to get and stay healthy this year. Tips focus on a healthy you, family, home, community, and workplace.
Vital Signs: Seat Belt Safety
Seat belts reduce the risk of being killed or seriously injured in a crash by about 50%. Learn more about seat belt use and preventing crash-related injuries.
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