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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:
30 Years of HIV/AIDS Commemoriation
June 5, 2011 marks the 30th year since CDC reported the first cases of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). On this day, we commemorate 30 years of HIV/AIDS prevention, surveillance, and research activities.
Millions of Americans are cancer survivors, living with, through, and beyond cancer. As the number of cancer survivors grows, CDC is working with partner organizations to help survivors throughout their cancer experience.
Cytomegalovirus: Protect Your Baby
In the U.S. more children have disabilities due to congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection than other conditions present at birth. Learn how to protect your baby from CMV.
Healthy Community Design
Community design directly affects your health. Choose to live in communities that encourage physical activity as part of your daily routine. Join with your neighbors to make your community as healthy as possible.
Keep Kids Safe and Healthy in the Summer
Water, bugs, and the sun, are a few of the things kids experience more of in the summertime. For parents and others, extra vigilance is required to prevent injury and keep kids safe and healthy.
Managing Summer Heat, Travel with Diabetes
Summer is here, and so is vacation season. If you have diabetes, make plans to manage your disease while traveling so you can stay healthy and enjoy your trip.
Prevent CO Poisoning
When power outages occur after severe weather (such as hurricanes or tornadoes), using alternative sources of power can cause carbon monoxide (CO) to build up in a home and poison the people and animals inside.
Salmonella is a Sneaky Germ: Seven Tips to Help you Eat Safely
Salmonella can contaminate more than poultry and eggs. It sneaks its way into many foods— ground beef, pork, tomatoes, sprouts—even peanut butter. Learn what you can to make sure your food is safe to eat.
Stay Healthy at Animal Exhibits This Summer
There are many ways to explore the animal world. Follow these tips to help you prevent illness when visiting animal exhibits this summer.
Tourette Syndrome: Facts and Resources
Tourette Syndrome is a condition that affects the nervous system, causing people to have movements and vocalizations they cannot control. Learn more about TS and CDC's work to better understand it.
Violence, Women and Art Museum Exhibit
Violence is a serious public health problem and CDC is committed to stopping violence before it begins. CDC's new museum exhibit helps create a conversation on the issues surrounding this important topic.
World No Tobacco Day
CDC celebrates World No Tobacco Day and releases new global data from 14 countries about warning labels on cigarette packages and smokers' interest in quitting because of the warning labels.
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