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    • Baby's safety : six to twelve months.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • Baby grows and develops rapidly. New personality and physical changes can be seen each day. Baby can sit, crawl and stand, and will fall often. Home must be made safe.
    • Your growing baby's safety : two to six months.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • Baby begins moving more, pushing, pulling, rolling over, getting caught in things nearby or falling off high places. Baby also is putting hands and things in mouth. Begin child-proofing your home.
    • Child's safety : six to ten years.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • More knowledgeable. Understands right and wrong, and reasoning. Stronger, more coordinated. Needs appropriate boundaries yet allow growing independence.
    • Child's safety : three to five years.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • Increased coordination, physical control, communication Beginning to make choices, can’t judge safety, tests limits Begin to establish and enforce rules for child’s safe behavior
    • Child's safety : two years.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • Runs, jumps and climbs anything within reach. High risk of injury, no fear, doesn’t know consequences. Requires supervision and guidance to reduce injury.
    • Baby's safety : one year.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • Baby is more independent and curious. Runs about, is reckless, and always exploring new things. Takes toys and other things apart.
    • Hansen's disease (leprosy)

    • Leprosy.
    • What is Hansen’s disease? Hansen’s disease, known in the past as leprosy, is a skin disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae (M. leprae). Hansen’s disease is rare In the U.S., but is still found in some states such as California, Florida,...
    • Citomegalovirus (CMV)

    • Cytomegalovirus infections--Popular works.
    • ¿Qué es Citomegalovirus (CMV)? CMV es un miembro de la familia del virus herpes. Cualquiera puede infectarse con CMV. En los Estados Unidos, entre 50% y 85% de adultos son infectados antes de 40 años de edad. La mayoría de las de personas...
    • Lesiones relacionados a bicicletas

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Casi 150 personas en Oklahoma son hospitalizados cada año debido a lesiones relacionados a bicicletas.; Prevención Elija la bicicleta del tamaño correcto para cada niño - no una que tiene que adaptarse.
    • 2013-2014 season flu facts

    • Influenza--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • What is influenza?; Influenza, also called “the flu”, is caused by a virus that mainly affects the nose, throat, bronchial airways, and lungs. There are two main types of flu that affect humans, types A and B. Either or both types can circulate...
    • Primary and secondary syphilis, 2011

    • Syphilis--Popular works.; Syphilis--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN In 2011, there were 84 new cases of P&S syphilis with an incidence rate of 2.2 cases per 100,000 population. Of these 84 cases, 72 (86%) were among men.
    • Como ajustar apropiadamente el casco de bicicleta

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.; Bicycle helmets.
    • Compre solamente cascos de bicicletas que cumplan las Normas de Seguridad de Productos del Consumidor. Encontrará una calcomanía CPSC en el interior del casco. Cascos viejos deben ser aprovados por ANSI-, ASTM-, ó Snell; busque éstas...
    • Conducción disminuida

    • Drunk driving--Prevention.; Drugged driving--Prevention.
    • Conductores disminuidos se ponen a ellos mismos y a las personas a su alrededor en un riesgo alto de lesiones o muerte causado por un choque automovilístico.
    • Motorcycle crashes, Oklahoma, 2009

    • Motorcycling accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Motorcycling injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, motorcyclist fatalities have decreased nationally from over 5,000 in 2007 and 2008 to 4,462 in 2009. However, in Oklahoma, the number of motorcyclist deaths has increased each year...
    • Dengue fever

    • Dengue--Popular works.
    • What is dengue? Dengue (pronounced den' gee) is an infection caused by a virus from the dengue virus family and is spread by being bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue viruses cause conditions called dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever....
    • Rabia.

    • Rabies--Popular works.
    • Que es la rabia? La rabia es una enfermedad causada por el virus de la rabia que afecta el sistema nervioso de humanos y otros maniferos de sangre caliente.
    • West Nile virus

    • West Nile virus--Popular works.
    • What is West Nile virus? West Nile virus is one of a group of viruses called arboviruses that are spread by mosquitoes and may cause illness in birds, animals, and humans. West Nile virus was not known to be present in the United States until the...
    • Literacy and health equity : position statement.

    • Equality--Health aspects--Oklahoma.; Health services accessibility--Oklahoma.
    • The primary responsibility for improving health literacy lies with health professionals in both healthcare and public health. However, we must work together to ensure that health information and services can be understood and used by all...
    • Bicycle-related injuries

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Nearly 150 Oklahomans are hospitalized each year for bicycle-related injuries.; Prevention Choose the right size bicycle for each child - not one to grow into.
    • Burn prevention and diabetic neuropathy

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Diabetic retinopathy.
    • Diabetic burn patients have longer hospitalizations and more infections, complications, and procedures, than non-diabetic burn patients.; Many injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways.
    • Children First : infant health in Oklahoma.

    • Children First Program (Okla.); Maternal and infant welfare--Oklahoma.
    • Children First is a voluntary family support program in Oklahoma modeled on the Nurse-Family Partnership program. Children First offers home visitation services to mothers expecting their first child. A public health nurse works with the mother to...
    • La seguridad de su bebé : seis meses a doce meses.

    • Safety.; Children's accidents--Prevention.; Home accidents--Prevention.
    • El bebé crece y desarrolla rápidamente. Puede ver cada día los cambios nuevos físicos y de personalidad. Bebé puede sentarse, gatear y pararse, y va a caer mucho. La casa tiene que estar segura.
    • Preventing falls

    • Falls (Accidents)--Prevention.; Tai chi.
    • Falls are the leading cause of nonfatal injuries in every age group except ages 15-24 and are the leading cause of injury death among adults 65 years and older in the United States. Approximately 7,000 older adults are hospitalized, and more than...
    • How to make a bicycle helmet fit properly

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.; Bicycle helmets.
    • Only purchase a bicycle helmet that meets Consumer Product Safety Standards. There will be a CPSC sticker inside the helmet. Older helmet should be ANSI-, ASTM-, or Snell-approved; look for these labels inside the helmet or on packaging materials.;...
    • Impaired driving

    • Drunk driving--Prevention.; Drugged driving--Prevention.
    • Impaired drivers put themselves and everyone around them at high risk of injury or death from a motor vehicle crash.
    • Teen drivers

    • Teenage automobile drivers.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • Teenage drivers have a higher risk of being involved in a traffic crash. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death among teens.
    • Prevención de quemaduras y neuropatía diabética

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Diabetic retinopathy.
    • Los pacientes diabéticos con quemaduras tienen hospitalizaciones más prolongadas, y más infecciones, complicaciones, y procedimientos que los pacientes no-diabéticos con quemaduras.; Muchas lesiones suceden de formas predecibles, prevenibles.
    • Pandemic influenza

    • Influenza--Popular works.
    • Influenza (“the flu”) is caused by a virus that primarily affects the nose, throat, airways, and lungs. Influenza viruses are divided into two types, A and B. Both influenza types typically circulate in the United States during late fall and...
    • Diphtheria

    • Diphtheria--Popular works.
    • What is diphtheria? Diphtheria is an illness caused by the bacteria Corynebacterium diphtheriae. The bacteria make a toxin that harms nerves and organs such as the heart and kidneys. It also causes a fever, sore throat, and problems with...
    • Conductores adolescentes

    • Teenage automobile drivers.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • Conductores adolescentes tienen el riesgo más alto de ser involucrado en un choque de tráfico. Choques de tráfico son la causa principal de muertes entre los adolescentes.
    • Alcohol-related crashes, Oklahoma, 2009

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Traffic Data Linkage Project (TDLP) is a joint effort between the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office to link statewide traffic crash and health outcome databases. This report describes the...
    • Measles (rubeola)

    • Measles.
    • What is measles? Measles is a highly infectious viral disease that is also known as rubeola, seven-day measles, hard measles, or old-fashioned measles. It is characterized by a high fever and a red blotchy rash starting on the face then spreading...
    • Deaths among HIV/AIDS cases

    • HIV infection--Oklahoma--Statistics.; AIDS (Disease)--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • By the end of 2012, 43.3% (3,917) of the 9,044 HIV/AIDS cases diagnosed in Oklahoma since 1982 were known to have died. Of these deaths, 85.0% (3,331) were diagnosed with AIDS and 15.0% (586) were diagnosed with HIV.

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