Comment on Making a Norovirus Vaccine a Reality by Bren

I have a crippling fear of vomiting and catching this horrendous virus. PLEASE make this a reality. I’m not usually so adamant about vaccines, but I’ll be a supporter of them as long as I live if you get this working. This would be a public service to humanity, not just to emetophobes like me […]

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3 Reasons Why Handwashing Should Matter To You

Most of us are familiar with the parental-like voice in the back of our minds that helps guide our decision-making—asking us questions like, “Have you called your grandmother lately?” For many that voice serves as a gentle, yet constant reminder to wash our hands. Handwashing with soap and water is one of the most important […]

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Protecting our Future: Emergency Preparedness and Children’s Mental Health

Among the many lessons learned during the 2017 Hurricane season, we recognized that addressing children’s mental and behavioral health needs is a major concern in hurricane-affected areas. CDC’s At Risk Task Force (ARTF) was established in 2017 to ensure identification and prioritization of the mental and physical health needs of at-risk populations, including children. ARTF’s […]

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