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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:
Don't Wreck Your Vacation!
Follow these tips to minimize your risk of being injured in a car crash while you're on vacation.
Health and Safety for College Students
College brings excitement, challenges, changes, risks, and responsibilities. Making friends, dating, being independent, and learning new things are rewarding, but they can also be stressful. Learn steps you can take to enjoy college the safe and healthy way!
Hospitals Need Better Maternity Care Practices
Breastfeeding helps protect against childhood obesity. Hospitals need to support breastfeeding moms. The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative recommends 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding. Find out how better maternity care practices can help mothers start and continue breastfeeding.
School Starts Soon—Is Your Child Fully Vaccinated?
As you help your kids get ready for school, make sure they're fully vaccinated. Web tools from CDC can help parents and doctors keep children up-to-date with the vaccines they need and protected from serious diseases.
West Nile Virus
Some of what happens in life is luck. Many people who are bitten by an infected mosquito won't get sick—many others aren't as lucky. A single mosquito bite can give you West Nile virus. Why take a chance? Use repellent on yourself and your family.
CDC.gov feature articles are written by subject matter experts and health communicators, then edited to emphasize strong call-to-action messages and friendly, meaningful visuals. While most features are topic- or event-driven, some capture the full scope of CDC's work on cross-cutting topics such as staying healthy and safe over the holidays, sending kids back to school, or CDC's global programs and outreach. CDC Features may be syndicated to other Web sites at no cost. Learn more about Content Syndication.
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