Learn how to include pets in your family’s emergency plan

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Pet Safety in Emergencies

Emergencies come in many forms: fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, violent storms and even terrorism. In the event of extreme weather or a disaster, would you know what to do to protect your pet? Make a plan and prepare a disaster kit for your pet.

Disease of the Week

​Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia among older adults. An estimated 6.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. It is the fifth leading cause of death for adults aged 65 and older, and the seventh leading cause of death for all adults.

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Image of the Week

A close view of Shigella boydii bacteria, grown on a petri dish

This photograph depicts the colonial morphology displayed by Gram-negative, Shigella boydii bacteria, which were grown on a medium of sheep’s blood agar (SBA), for a 24-hour time period, at a temperature of 37°C. 

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COVID-19 in the U.S.
Monkeypox in the U.S.

Know your COVID-19 Community Level 

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Take action to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area.

Cases, Data, and Surveillance

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Find maps and charts to track monkeypox cases at the state and national level in the United States.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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