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CDC.gov Features deliver actionable and timely health, safety and wellness messages. Here is a preview of the CDC.gov Health and Safety features of the week:
Cerebral Palsy: Signs and Causes
Learn more about the signs and causes of cerebral palsy and what to do if you think your child might have it.
Learn Your Risk for Diabetes and Take Steps to Protect Your Health
Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes? If you have a family history of diabetes, are obese, or belong to certain racial or ethnic groups you may be at risk. Act now, take the test and know your risk.
Prevent Poisoning for Yourself and Your Loved Ones
Take steps to protect yourself and those you care about from unintentional poisoning.
Public Health Grand Rounds - TB & HIV: A Deadly Duo
Grand Rounds at CDC are a forum in which experts present a lecture (or a series of lectures) and bring ideas from diverse perspectives on a public health issue. The March Grand Rounds session seeks to advance our efforts in preventing deaths from TB/HIV.
Safe and Healthy Wedding
Planning a wedding can be wonderful and stressful. Make decisions that support your mental and physical health by including ways to be safe and healthy to your wedding plan "to do" list.
STRYVE to Prevent Youth Violence
Youth violence is preventable. Learn how STRYVE helps communities build comprehensive strategies that are based on the best available evidence and implemented through multisector action.
TB Elimination: Together We Can!
World TB Day is March 24. This annual event commemorates the date in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of M. tuberculosis—the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB).
World Water Day 2011
CDC Addresses Water Challenges around the World.
CDC has a key role in protecting the public's health in an emergency involving the release of radiation that could harm people's health. This site provides information to help people protect themselves during and after such an event. It also provides information for professionals involved in planning for and responding to this type of emergency.
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