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New Formatted Articles
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- Prevention Effectiveness Fellows Help CDC Build Strength in Economics and Decision Sciences
- Travel Essential: Measles Vaccination
- Are you 50? Time to get tested and prevent colorectal cancer
- You can prevent cervical cancer
- Parents: Learn the Facts about Enterovirus D68
- Healthy community design toolkit
- Healthy Vision: Take care of your eyes!
- CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign
- Building on a Public Health Achievement: Folic Acid
- Preventing Infant Deaths from Congenital Heart Defects
- Turtles and other reptiles are risky pets
- Protect your children from environmental hazards
- Simple Steps to Reduce Fall Risks
- Warm Weather Is Here: It’s Time to Protect Against Ticks
- Obesity is Common, Serious, and Costly
- New CDC Program Created To Help Cancer Patients Prevent Infections
- Got Raw Milk? Don’t Drink It!
- CDC: Decades of saving lives and protecting people
- Got Diabetes? Get Your Flu Vaccine During National Diabetes Month
- Diabetes Among American Indians and Alaska Natives
- Preventing Flu on Cruise Ships: Flu Vaccination and Every Day Preventive Actions
- Coronary Heart Disease: A Burden for American Indians and Alaska Natives
- The High Price of Excessive Alcohol Consumption
- Teen Sleep Habits; What Should You Do?
- CDC: Why we do what we do
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