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Cancer Prevention Starts in Childhood
Reduce your children's risk of getting many types of cancer later in life. Start by helping them adopt a healthy lifestyle with good eating habits and plenty of exercise to keep a healthy weight. Then follow the tips below to help prevent specific types of cancer.
Fragile X Syndrome and Associated Disorders
Fragile X syndrome and fragile X-associated disorders are a group of genetic conditions that can affect individuals and their families in many ways. Find out more about fragile X syndrome and fragile X-associated disorders.
Frogs and Turtles: Reduce Your Risk of Salmonella Infections
Hundreds have become ill in an ongoing, nationwide Salmonella outbreak connected to water frogs. Most victims are children under 5 years old. CDC warns parents to keep frogs and turtles away from young children.
Healthy Pets Healthy People
There are many positive benefits of owning a pet; however, it's important to know that some animals may carry germs that can be spread to people and cause illness.
Protect Your Baby from Group B Strep!
Protect your baby from group B strep. If you're 35-37 weeks pregnant, ask your doctor or nurse about a group B strep test.
Seven Safety Suggestions for Summer Work
Outdoor jobs expose workers to heat stress and ultraviolet (UV) radiation, poisonous plants and creatures, and pest-borne diseases. Appropriate training and adequate protection can go a long way toward keeping workers safe outside.
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