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CDC Analysis Supports Declaration of Famine and Humanitarian Disaster in Somalia
The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit in Somalia (FSNAU)* announced on July 20th that a famine exists in two areas of southern Somalia and is expected to spread across the southern zone of the country over the next 1-2 months.
Creating Sustainable Healthy Communities
Use the Sustainability Planning Guide to create a shared vision of a healthy community and to organize your sustainability efforts to support your policy goals.
Help us Design CDC's New Home Page
Want a sneak peek at our new CDC home page design? Help us test it and give us your feedback by taking a usability survey from your desktop PC. (OMB No: 0920-0735)
People with Disabilities: Living Healthy
If you are living with a disability or provide services for people with disabilities, learn about health care and health programs to support the overall well-being of people with disabilities.
Preteens and Teens Need Vaccines Too!
Do you have a preteen or teen? Make sure they have received the recommended preteen and teen vaccines so they will be protected from serious diseases.
Protect Your Family from Rabies
Rabies is a dangerous virus that anyone can get if they handle or get bitten by an animal that has the disease. Protect yourself and your family from rabies: Stay away from wild animals and be sure pets are vaccinated every year.
Tips for a Healthy and Safe Family Reunion
Family reunions are a great opportunity for safe and healthy food and activities. Enjoy family and start or pass on healthy traditions that will last for many generations.
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