1. Categories: General Safety Topics & Info News

    Free Health and Safety Training

    The CDC Learning Connection provides free access to learning products and training resources from across the public health community. Users can browse monthly spotlights on public health topics and mobile lessons on the go, and access CDC TRAIN, the most comprehensive catalog of public health learning products in the nation. Health professionals can sign-up for a free CDC TRAIN account...
  2. Categories: Child Safety, First Aid Articles, Press Releases & Disaster & Survival Forum

    EvacuKids - CDC tells about Child Safety Programs

    What's an EvacuKid? Find out how Evacuteer is bringing preparedness to a younger generation and the importance of talking to kids about their experience with emergencies. When you ask someone what the most important thing to have on hand for a hurricane is, the common answers include food, water, flashlights, batteries, or a radio.  As I read through my student...
  3. Categories: Health Tips, Info News & Press Releases

    Cancer Survivorship

    Survival & Recovery from Cancer is on the Upswing! Millions of Americans are cancer survivors, living with, through, and beyond cancer. As the number of cancer survivors grows, CDC is working with partner organizations to help survivors throughout their cancer experience. The Good News People are living longer after a cancer diagnosis. Nearly 12 million Americans are alive after being...
  4. Categories: General Safety Topics & Info News

    Safety Topics? Download Free Safety Articles!

    Free Safety Articles to Download! CDC Stacks is a free, digital library of CDC scientific research and literature, compiling more than 10,000 publications on a range of public health topics. Users can narrow their search by browsing one of the collections, such as MMWR: the First 30 Years, Open Access Articles, and others. The Guidelines and Recommendations collection is a...
  5. Categories: General Safety Topics, Health and First Aid Advice for Seniors & Health Tips

    Eat your Veggies!

    People who followed a vegetarian diet had a lower risk for death from any cause, and men in particular also saw benefits for cardiovascular mortality, a large prospective study found. Among individuals who adhered to any type of vegetarian diet, the adjusted hazard ratio for all-cause mortality was 0.88 (95% CI 0.80-0.97), according to Michael J. Orlich, MD, and colleagues...
  6. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Did You Know? #health

    Did You Know? For more than 35 years, Health, United States has presented a picture of the nation’s health, including trends in infant mortality, birth and death rates, health status, risk factors, health-care use, and more.
  7. Categories: General Safety Topics

    New release of the CDC's Health Communication Science Digest

    The January issue of Health Communication Science Digest (HCSD or Digest) is now available at http://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/ScienceDigest/index.html This month in the Digest you’ll find: Emerging ideas on health literacy are presented in the works of Grice et al. and Schulz & Nakamoto. The application of health communication and social marketing theory to public health practice in studies by Dearing et al...
  8. Categories: General Safety Topics & Flu & Pandemic

    News From CDC TRAIN

    Over 40,000 individuals utilize this free resource to identify training that supports their professional development. The CDC TRAIN community offers over 5,000 courses. Two of the most recent course additions added by CDC are: Coughing Up the Facts on Pertussis: Emerging Trends and Vaccine Recommendations Reviews how to test and treat appropriately, and who to vaccinate and when. Participants will...

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