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CDC to Spend $55M on More Tobacco Research

REAL CLEAR POLICY – The Division of Cancer Prevention and Control and the Office of Smoking and Health will give $40 million to “a...

CDC Lists 16 Places in US Where Flu Is Rampant

News > WebMD Health News After a headline-grabbing early start, influenza in the United States continues to spread steadily, with case counts continuing their pattern...

“No Mandates” Florida Gov. DeSantis Rejects CDC Vote To Recommend That Kids Get COVID Vax

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis once again rejected the idea of COVID-19 vaccine mandates — if, this time, imposed by the federal government.

Monkeypox eradication unlikely in the U.S. as virus could spread indefinitely, CDC says

The CDC, in a report, said monkeypox could spread indefinitely at a low level in the U.S.

E. coli outbreak linked to Wendy’s grows to 84 reported cases: CDC

Wendy's serves burgers without lettuce amid E. coli outbreak

US monkeypox cases hit 1,470; CDC says more coming, and we’re short on vaccines

US officials say that the vast majority of monkeypox cases continue to be among people who identify as men who have sex with men.

Pandemic led to surge in antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs,’ CDC says

THE HILL – The COVID-19 pandemic caused a surge in antibiotic-resistant “superbug” infections in hospitals, pushing back years of progress made combating antimicrobial resistance,...

CDC issues bizarre guidance for having sex with monkeypox

Americans who think they might have been exposed to monkeypox should take precautions – like masturbating 6 feet apart from their partner to prevent the spread of the virus, according to health officials.

CDC closes infant formula outbreak investigation

FOOD SAFETY NEWS – The CDC has declared that an outbreak of cronobacter infections among babies is over, but the Food and Drug Administration...

Battle over CDC’s powers goes far beyond travel mask mandate

NPR – In a startling rebuke to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a federal judge in Florida on Monday struck down an...

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