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CDC: Kids in the U.S. Are Eating More Fast Food

Officials have warned Americans about eating unhealthy and how childhood obesity can affect our nation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that kids in the United States are eating more fast food.
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When Should People Who Recover From COVID-19 Get Retested?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revised their guidance for people who have recently recovered from coronavirus. The update pertains to being retested. Read more!
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CDC Director Warns of ‘Worst Fall Ever’ If COVID Safety Measures Aren’t Followed

While coronavirus continues to spread across the nation, a top health official is warning the U.S. could have the “worst fall ever” unless everyone adheres to safety protocols.
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CDC Expects Outbreak of Life-Threatening Disease Affecting Children

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning parents about an outbreak of a rare, life-threatening disease that targets children.
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CDC Changes COVID-19 Guidance on How Long Patients Need to Self-Isolate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officially announced that it changed its COVID-19 guidance on how long patients need to self-isolate.
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New CDC Guidelines Strongly Advise Reopening Schools in the Fall

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention weighed in on whether or not to resume in-person class in the fall, releasing new guidelines that are in favor of reopening education and child care centers. Read more now.
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What Is Causing the Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak That Has Left More Than 125 People Sick?

Social distancing may curb the spread of coronavirus, but it doesn’t prevent the rise of salmonella cases. The CDC announced a salmonella outbreak across 15 states, but they have yet to identify the cause. Read more.
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Most Americans Are Still Susceptible to Catching COVID-19: CDC Study

A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed only a small percentage of people in the United States have coronavirus antibodies. This data suggests most are still at risk of contracting COVID-19.
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CDC Bans U.S. Cruises Through September Amid ‘Ongoing’ COVID-19 Outbreaks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended its ban on cruise ships entering U.S. ports citing the “ongoing” spread of coronavirus aboard the vessels.
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CDC Head Says 'We Could Drive This Epidemic to the Ground' If Everyone Wore Masks for 6 Weeks

CDC Director Robert Redfield said “over the next six weeks we could drive this epidemic to the ground” if everyone wore face masks during a media session in a county in North Carolina on Monday.
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