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CHANGE Tool Impacts Communities
Communities are using the CHANGE tool to collect data, determine areas for improvement, and plan policy, systems, and environmental change strategies to advance the nation's efforts to prevent chronic diseases and reduce risk factors.
Mumps: Be Sure Your Child Is Fully Immunized
One of the best ways to protect children from mumps and other vaccine-preventable diseases is to vaccinate them on time. Check your child's medical records to see if he or she is up to date on vaccinations.
Driving helps older adults stay mobile and independent, but the risk of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle crash increases as you age. Learn about older drivers' risks on the road and steps you can take to protect yourself or someone you care about.
Risk of Human Salmonella Infections from Live Baby Poultry
Peep, chirp, quack! Live baby poultry, such as chicks, ducklings, goslings, and baby turkeys, often carry harmful germs called Salmonella. After you touch a chick, duck, or other baby bird, or anything in the area where they live and roam, WASH YOUR HANDS so you don't get sick!
Take Caution When Bats Are Near
Bats play an important role in our ecosystem. However, they are also associated with diseases deadly to humans. Learn how you can stay safe when bats are near.
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