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CDC Director Releases After-Action Report on Recent Anthrax Incident; Highlights Steps to Improve Laboratory Quality and Safety

Press Release (From the CDC, embargoed until July 11, 2014; updated July 14, 2014. Resource links at the bottom of the article. CDC Director Releases After-Action Report on Recent Anthrax Incident; Highlights Steps to Improve Laboratory Quality and Safety  CDC Director Releases After-Action Report on Recent Anthrax Incident; Highlights Steps to Improve Laboratory Quality and Safety The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report today that reviews the early […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Culture – Why My Children Put Me on Facebook Probation

Public domain: CDC/ Janice Haney Carr, 2009

I awaited their teen years, ready to be ignored and denied. But it never happened. I did everything possible to encourage the proper developmental separation which leads to being commanded to “stay away” and “leave me alone.” But “my heart” and “my soul” moved through the teen years, immune to my antics, always wanting me at functions and meeting their friends. Recently, however, I was restricted by both from posting to their […]

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“What is Wrong with this Picture of the KC Chiefs”? Part 2″ (Or, Public Health is often a Puzzle)

RB Jones believes Belcher had CTE by JEFFREY FLANAGAN Jan  31- Autopsy reports revealed that Belcher was legally drunk (0.17 blood-alcohol content) the Dec. 1 morning when he killed Perkins before driving to the Chiefs’ practice facility, where he shot himself in the head in the parking lot.  But the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s office, which performed the autopsy, did not send any of Belcher’s brain tissue to specialists to be examined […]

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