Disease Prevention

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  1. Immunizations
  2. Preventing Childhood Obesity
  1. Hand Washing

    Use warm water to wet your hands, then apply soap. Rub your hands together for at least 10 seconds. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap.

  2. Pets and Infectious Diseases in Children

    One way to prevent the spread of disease from your pet: Feed your pet a balanced diet and avoid having your pet eat raw foods or drink out of the toilet.

  3. Teaching Kids to Wash Their Hands

    It's hard enough to get grownups to wash up. Only two-thirds of adults wash their hands after they use the restroom, studies show.

  4. Why We Need to Wash Our Hands

    Did you wash your hands this morning? Bravo! Washing your hands helps prevent the spread of potentially dangerous germs.

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