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How You Can “Come Home Covered” This Holiday Season

This holiday season, as many of us prepare to celebrate with friends and familia, it is important to do all we can to stay healthy and protect against COVID-19. To prevent severe illness, vaccines are still our best tool. The good ...
Dr. Amelie Ramirez: Address Social Determinants of Health in Patients
Where you live can have a big impact on your health. In fact, our health is influenced by a variety of non-medical ...
You’re Covered: How to Get a Free COVID-19 Vaccine!
U.S. Latinos continue to suffer a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases.  This not only interrupts important parts of ...
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CDC’s Project Firstline Infection Control Micro-Learns: Draining Wound
Access to practical and valuable infection control training is crucial for all healthcare workers. That’s why CDC’s ...
Explore the U.S. Playbook to Address Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)
Individual health is influenced by a variety of non-medical factors, like where people are born, live, learn, work, play, ...
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Dr. Veronica Ramirez: Keeping Her Community Health with Infection Control
Dr. Veronica Ramirez is the first physician in her family.   The youngest of four children, Ramirez grew up in ...
3 Ways to Support Latino Men’s Health
Did you know 12.1% of men are in fair or poor health?  Similarly, the average life expectancy of men in the United ...