It’s #NIIW! We’re working to make sure babies are protected from 14 vaccine-preventable diseases by age 2: https://t.co/ZKXxV36QUO https://t.co/6HZq4tUl5W
Anyone can get food poisoning. Learn about germs & take steps to protect yourself. https://t.co/fnZ3FTgYVW https://t.co/l4kbw10mzE
#ALS is more common in whites, males, & ppl b/w ages of 60-69. Watch latest #CDCGrandRounds video & earn CE. https://t.co/4LjQY1MekT
#CDCResponder Panayotta Delinois helped prioritize incoming lab specimens based on FL’s testing criteria. https://t.co/QEHRCfNjVU https://t.co/65yumUq33e
About 1 out of 10 people may have a #seizure in his or her lifetime. Get seizure smart & learn how to help! https://t.co/XHevnkGfhF
New research: 1/3 of New York City adults had #hypertension, w/ greater prevalence among minorities. Study in PCD: https://t.co/JCe3ygGEow https://t.co/1FeeGwYUMe
Research and analysis: Public health ethics in practice This part of the PHSKF provides an introduction to public health ethics both as a philosophical field of enquiry and as an applied area that guides practice and policy.

This ...
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Share & learn more: https://t.co/WKedr6LMp9 #VetoViolence #NCAPM https://t.co/umHCUoYAIr
The #CDCLLS fellowship application is now open! Apply today to become a public health #LaboratoryLeader! https://t.co/Ph9anqm7RY https://t.co/bh7HdTMYTc
Focusing more on healthy behaviors, not body weight, could help reduce stigmas among obese patients, researchers say https://t.co/XRR2pyXcPF https://t.co/4tVoH3MEvm
Changes in diagnostic testing challenge our ability to track foodborne disease trends. Find out why: https://t.co/C8jJ2c1TP4 https://t.co/vfndZGvS14
Research and analysis: Health Protection Report volume 11 (2017) Updated: HPR 11(15) infection reports uploadedHealth Protection Report (HPR) comprises routine reports on infections (microbiological and epidemiological data and associated commentary) together with a digest of news on infections and ...
Collection: Public health skills and knowledge framework Updated: New report added to collection: Public health ethics in practice.These documents present the Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF), and a number of case studies and examples of ...
Challenges and hope in delivering health in South Sudan In South Sudan, the World Health Organization (WHO) supports the Ministry of Health and works with 67 Health Cluster partners to provide health services within a country disrupted by conflict. ...
Guidance: Avian influenza A(H5N6): risk assessment Updated: Updated version, April 2017.This update includes:


background information
risk assessment
advice for travellers
advice for clinicians


The risk to UK residents travelling to China is very low.
Stop the violence. Protect health care In the last few months, a number of attacks against health-care workers, medical transports and facilities have taken place in several countries, like Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen to mention a ...
WHO deplores bombing of MSF clinic in Kunduz The World Health Organization deplores the bombing of a clinic run by Medecins Sans Frontieres in Kunduz, Afghanistan, and extends its sincere condolences to the families and colleagues of those ...
Research and analysis: Acinetobacter spp. bacteraemia: annual data from voluntary surveillance Updated: HPR 11(15) report and appendix uploadedAnalysis of data from voluntary reports of Acinetobacter spp. bacteramia (including trend data; age, sex and geographical distribution; and antimicrobial susceptibility) for England, Wales ...
Promotional material: Breast screening: age extension trial Updated: New version of the English language leaflet April 2017.Women who are invited to take part in the breast screening extension trial for women younger than 50 or older than ...
Research and analysis: Enterococcus spp. bacteraemia: voluntary surveillance Updated: HPR 11(15) report and appendix uploadedFor earlier annual reports see:



HPR 7(42), 18 October 2013 (2012 data)

HPR 6(42), 19 October 2012 (2011 data)

HPR 5(42), 21 October 2011 ...

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