Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Democratic Republic of Congo government cut the internet. People attacked medical facilities. NGOs relocated their staff.
Over 10,000 people in the U.S. have contracted the preventable disease this year.
With nearly 40,000 people killed with firearms last year, America has reached a grim new milestone.
"The message we want people to hear is that if you use the neti pot, you should not use tap water directly," a CDC expert said.
It's the longest-running decline in U.S. history since World War I, when a flu pandemic killed almost 700,000 people nationwide.
Acute flaccid myelitis generally affects children more than adults, and its cause is unknown.
But the agency is asking people to check the labels to make sure it isn't coming from California's Central Coast region.
Here's what to do with your lettuce and how to know if you've been infected.
In the wake of a new E. coli outbreak, the CDC is urging Americans to throw away any kind of lettuce they can't identify.
State and federal governments largely have stopped making new investments in public health.
The CDC is investigating whether five salmonella cases are linked to the products.
Deaths and paralysis stemming from respiratory infections have been reported, but those cases are rare.
Cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) are extremely rare but on the rise in the U.S. How it spreads is unknown.
It was the disease’s highest death toll in at least four decades.
The ex-NYC health commissioner allegedly forcibly touched a woman inside his residence in 2017.
Here's when you should and shouldn't scrub down.
The Centers for Disease Control is telling people to stop reusing condoms because it reduces their effectiveness.
The warning comes at a time when sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise.
Hookworm is a parasite that enters the body by burrowing into the skin.