En la charla, un médico responde a las preguntas frecuentes sobre la vacuna contra la influenza (gripe).
Watch this short, fun video that will remind everyone why it’s so important for adults to get vaccinated.
In partnership with our disease detectives, urban poor open their homes to the world to prevent and control emerging diseases.
In this podcast, CDC’s Adam Cohen, MD, a pediatrician and dad, talks about hand, foot, and mouth disease; its symptoms; and practical tips to prevent your family from getting sick with the virus.
This podcast promotes the “Make It Your Business To Fight The Flu” toolkit for Businesses and Employers. This toolkit provides information and recommended strategies to help businesses and employers promote the 2010 – 2011 seasonal flu vaccine. Additionally, employers will find flyers, posters, and other materials to post and distribute in the workplace.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a serious lung disease that makes breathing very difficult and can affect your quality of life. Learn the causes of COPD and what you can do to prevent it.
This podcast addresses the highlights of the new CDC Lead and Pregnancy Recommendation Report for 2010.
The question comes back over and over… Why you should talk about travel insurance and buy special travelers insurance for your vacation. It’s not just your money, assets and peace of mind you’ll be protecting; you’re also protecting yourself and your family. If you are involved in a car crash, injure yourself, losing your luggage during your trip, become ill, have to cancel your cruise, or are delayed en route and miss your connection, your ordinary health insurance policies may not protect you.
Now do you see it that way or can one simply ignore the possible risks and travel without it? Although that a personal question, the insurance is not always personal as it for others.
Nato members prepare to meet in Portugal for one of the most crucial summits of the alliance’s history – with Afghanistan topping the agenda.
Conservative enterprise adviser Lord Young apologises for saying most Britons have “never had it so good” despite the “so called recession”.