CDC's Unappetizing Thanksgiving Guidelines Include Virtual Dinners, Avoiding Crowded Black Friday ShoppingTo stay safe, the CDC is urging families to stay home and avoid big in-person dinners with friends and extended family.
CDC Releases Detailed Road Map For Reopening EstablishmentsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly rolled out detailed guidelines for establishments ranging from schools to restaurants to mass transit that are beginning to reopen as states start to ease restrictions imposed to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.
CDC Set To Loosen Back-To-Work Guidelines For Some Who Self-Isolate, Pence SaysThe new policy is aimed in particular at workers in critical jobs.
CDC Reports Average 'Heart Age' In U.S. Is Older Than Chronological AgeThree out of four people have hearts that are not reflective of their age, a condition that can increase one’s risk for heart disease and stroke.
Live Bat Found In Huntington Beach Parking Lot Tests Positive For RabiesBats have very small teeth, and their bites could go unnoticed.
CDC Reports 30 Percent Increase In Autism Diagnoses New figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now show one in 68 children in the U.S. have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Law Aids Treatment Of Severe Allergic ReactionsThe bill from Republican Sen. Bob Huff of Diamond Bar will allow trained and certified individuals to obtain and use emergency EpiPens,
West Nile Case Reported In Long BeachPublic health officials in Long Beach are urging residents to take precautions against contracting West Nile virus after an infection was reported in the city.
LA Kids Drinking Fewer Sugary DrinksLos Angeles County children are drinking fewer sugary drinks, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report revealed.
CDC: Lead Poisoning In Adults Is DownFederal health officials say the lead poisoning rate for U.S. adults has fallen by more than half in the last 15 years, but it remains unusually high in Pennsylvania, Missouri and Kansas.
CDC: U.S. Measles Cases Reach 15-Year HighHealth officials say 118 cases of measles have been reported in the United States so far this year — the highest number this early in the year since 1996.