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Buffets and Parties

Gathering friends and family is fun, but beware of uninvited party guests. Foodborne germs can crash your buffet and make people sick with food poisoning. Follow these steps to keep foodborne germs from spoiling your party.

Disease of the Week

Epilepsy is a common disorder of the brain that causes repeated seizures. It is sometimes called a seizure disorder. A seizure is a short change in normal brain activity. Seizures are the main sign of epilepsy.

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Image of the Week

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This historic 1957 image, taken inside the laboratory of the Public Health Service’s (PHS), Communicable Disease Center (CDC), located in Kansas City, Kansas, depicted four of the lab’s personnel.

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