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Nov 20

Center for Disease Control

Take charge of your health! Use this easy tool to get personalized preventive services recommendations for yourself or a loved one. read more

May 31

Center for Disease Control

Pools, hot tubs, and water playgrounds are great places to have fun, be active, or just relax. Learn how to stay healthy and safe when in the water this summer! read more

Feb 02

Center for Disease Control

Just as I urge my friends, family, and neighbors to take action against cancer, I challenge you to do the same! Learn more about cancer screening and prevention at: www.cdc.gov/cancer. read more

Jul 14

Center for Disease Control

Beware of the vampires! No, not that kind. These are hard to see and can give you Lyme disease. Ticks, especially the tiny nymphs, can attach to any part of the body. They generally need 36-48 hours to feed on your blood and can leave you with a parting gift ─ a red, expanding, rash! The rash won't hurt or itch but it can come with fatigue, chills, fever, and body aches. Lyme disease is treated with antibiotics. If you've been bitten by a tick, or have been in areas where ticks are common, and have an unexplained fever or rash, see your health care provider. read more

Jul 14

Center for Disease Control

Hot weather provides opportunities for kids to enjoy the outdoors. Take steps to keep them safe and healthy, both indoors and outdoors. read more


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