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Disaster Safety for Expecting and New Parents
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Disaster Safety for Expecting and New Parents Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Disasters, such as wildfires, hurricanes, and floods, can be unpredictable and devastating. Learn general tips to get prepared before a disaster and what to do in case of a … Read More

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
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National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Find out how you can do your part to promote HIV prevention and treatment and help fight stigma. National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day* (NLAAD), coordinated by the Latino Commission on … Read More

What is anesthesia ?
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What is anesthesia ? National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH Anesthesia is a medical treatment that prevents patients from feeling pain during surgery. It allows people to have procedures that lead to healthier and longer lives. To produce anesthesia, … Read More

Immunotherapy to Treat Cancer
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Immunotherapy to Treat Cancer National Cancer Institute, NIH Immunotherapy is a type of biological therapy. Biological therapy is a type of treatment that uses substances made from living organisms to treat cancer. Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that helps … Read More

The Latino Center on Aging (LCA) 30th Gala at Pullman Miami Airport Hotel
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The Latino Center on Aging (LCA) 30th Gala at Pullman Miami Airport Hotel The Latino Center on Aging (LCA) will celebrate its Thirtieth Golden Age Awards presentation on October 6thth at Pullman Miami Airport Hotel. The 2018 Golden Age Award … Read More

Child Passenger Safety
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Child Passenger Safety Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC National Child Passenger Safety Week 2018 is September 23-29. Make sure the ones you love are safely buckled up in the car on every trip. Reduce Their Risk In the … Read More

What Parents Need to Know about Enterovirus D68
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What Parents Need to Know about Enterovirus D68 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Every year, millions of children in the United States catch enteroviruses that can cause coughing, sneezing, and fever. These viruses most often spread in the … Read More

Ready to Respond to Public Health Emergencies
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Ready to Respond to Public Health Emergencies Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC State and local health departments must stand ready to handle many different types of emergencies that threaten the health and safety of families, communities, and the … Read More

Keep Kids E-Cigarette Free
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Keep Kids E-Cigarette Free Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Know the risks of e-cigarettes for kids. Have you seen your kid’s USB flash drive lately? It could actually be an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) containing nicotine. E-cigarettes are the … Read More

Prevent Shingles Get Vaccinated
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Prevent Shingles Get Vaccinated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Shingles is a painful rash illness, which sometimes leads to long-term nerve pain. About 1 out of 3 people in the United States will develop shingles during their lifetime. … Read More

Protect Your Baby from Group B Strep
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Protect Your Baby from Group B Strep Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC All pregnant women should get a group B strep (GBS) test when they are 35–37 weeks pregnant. Babies can get very sick and even die if … Read More

Bionic Movements : Connecting Mind and Machine
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Bionic Movements : Connecting Mind and Machine National Institutes of Health, NIH When you lose the use of a limb, even the simplest of daily tasks can turn into a challenge. High-tech devices can help restore independence. New technologies are … Read More