Find out how to manage stress after a traumatic event by following CDC’s tips for self-care.
For many people, the holiday season is the perfect time to spend time together in the kitchen and share delicious baked foods and desserts. Follow these safety tips to help you and your loved ones stay healthy when handling raw dough.
December 4-8, 2017 is Older Driver Safety Awareness Week. Older adults can take steps to stay safer on the roads.
Clostridium perfringens (C. perfringens) is one of the most common causes of food poisoning in the United States. CDC estimates C. perfringens causes nearly 1 million cases of foodborne illness each year in the United States.
Preparation can help you transition to caregiving.
November is National Diabetes Month. Here’s to managing your diabetes for a longer, healthier life.
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Everybody needs physical activity for good health. However, nearly half of adults with disabilities, who are able to participate in physical activity, don’t get any. Learn how people with disabilities can include physical activity in their lives.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, which provides an opportunity for schools, communities, and states to talk about the best ways to prevent bullying. CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention recognizes efforts to improve the school environment and to prevent bullying nationwide. Learn more about your role in prevention and join our efforts to stop bullying.