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    • Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria)

    • Cyanobacteria--Health aspects--Popular works.
    • What is Blue-green algae (BGA)? Blue-green algae, also known as Cyanobacteria, are microscopic organisms that live in water. The algae are usually too small to be seen, but sometimes can form visible algae blooms. BGA blooms can form in warm,...
    • Annual summary of infectious diseases, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is pleased to send you a copy of the 2011 Annual Summary of Infectious Diseases. The information contained in this report consolidates summaries of communicable disease surveillance and investigations...
    • 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...
    • Good health handbook : a guide for those caring for children.

    • Child care.; Child care services.; Children--Wounds and injuries--Prevention.
    • As child care providers, we know that one of your most important roles is to do all that you can to keep every child in your care healthy and safe. This handbook will help you by providing up-to-date information on health and safety issues.; The...
    • 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...
    • Retiring right, summer 2014 retired member

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    • Governor signs retirement bills into law: Defined contribution system created for new members; The Director's Corner, Tom Spencer Happy 50th Birthday, OPERS!; Retirement 101, Understanding Important Age Milestones; New Beneficiary Designation...
    • 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...
    • SoonerCare companion, winter 2013

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    • Keep an "Eye" on Your Vision; Signs that a child may have vision problems include; Controlling Gestational Diabetes; After & Between Pregnancy, Talk with your health care provider to stay healthy; SoonerRide Will Not Take Additional Child...
    • Hand foot and mouth disease

    • Coxsackieviruses--Popular works.
    • What is hand, foot and mouth disease? Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a viral infection most often caused by a virus from the enterovirus group called coxsackie virus. It causes a fever and a blister-like rash that, as the name says, occurs...
    • Pertussis (whooping cough)

    • Whooping cough--Popular works.
    • What is pertussis (whooping cough)? Pertussis (also called whooping cough) is a disease caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis that spreads from person-to-person with close contact. It may cause severe coughing fits which can affect breathing.
    • Respiratory syncytial virus

    • Respiratory syncytial virus--Popular works.
    • What is respiratory syncytial virus? Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common respiratory illness of childhood. RSV is the most common cause of pneumonia and of inflammation of small airways of the lungs in infants and children under one year...
    • SoonerCare companion, Spring 2012

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    • Breastfeeding lowers risks for infants, mothers; Make multivitamins a habit; New Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program offered in Oklahoma County; Involve kids in cooking, shopping; Vaccines & Diabetes; Tips to help stretch your food dollars;...
    • Rubella

    • Rubella--Popular works.
    • What is rubella? Rubella is a viral illness that can cause a slight fever, red rash, and swollen glands that lasts for about 3 days. Most cases are mild. Since most people get the vaccine, rubella is rare in the United States. However, outbreaks...
    • 2012 Oklahoma pandemic response plan.

    • Influenza--Oklahoma.; Epidemics--Oklahoma.;
    • The Oklahoma Pandemic Response Plan (“Plan”) was previously known as the Oklahoma Pandemic Influenza Management Plan. The Plan and its appendices were originally developed as guidance for a coordinated statewide, multi-sector response to...
    • Shots for tots news, 12/2012, no.1

    • Vaccination of children--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Cleveland County Immunization Coalition--Periodicals.
    • Greetings! The Cleveland County Immunization Coalition (CCIC) is a local organization with a mission to promote immunizations and reduce vaccine preventable diseases. The CCIC partners with local healthcare providers, childcare providers, schools,...
    • The MRC monitor, fall 2009, v.4 no. 3

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    • Nation Braces for H1N1 'Swine' Flu Global Pandemic; Vital Steps OKMRC Region 5 Units Expand to Atoka, Coal & LeFlore Counties; Volunteer Recruitment Tip - "Ask!"; Now's the Time, Resolve to be Ready in 2009; MRC Partners' Points; Top 10 Common...
    • District Court Twentieth Judicial District : pandemic influenza bench book.

    • Influenza--Oklahoma.; Epidemics--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. District Court. 20th Judicial District--Planning.; Courts--Safety measures--Oklahoma.
    • An influenza pandemic will likely reduce the capability of the District Court to perform its constitutional and statutory duties. The reduced capability will impact the normal work load of the court and the manner in which it addresses litigation...
    • SoonerCare companion, spring 2014

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    • A fresh, new look!; Motherhood Is Easier With Text4Baby; Early Literacy is the Best Medicine: Reach Out and Read is Here in Oklahoma! by Alexandra Bohannon; Evaluate Your Health: OHCA Online Health Asessment Survey; OHCA Adds New Measure to Combat...
    • SoonerCare companion, fall 2013

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    • Remember when you taught them to share ... everyone needs a flu shot!; Safe Sleep for Your Baby: Safe Sleep Top 10; A Special Note by Sylvia Lopez [SIDS]; SoonerCare pregnancy-related services changes; Lost the fight for his leg but won the war for...
    • Retiring right, summer 2014 active member

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    • Governor signs retirement bills into law: Defined contribution system created for new members; The Director's Corner, Tom Spencer Happy 50th Birthday, OPERS!; Retirement 101, Understanding Important Age Milestones; Healthful hints, allergies;
    • Seasonal flu facts, 2011-2012

    • 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.; Who should get vaccinated this year in Oklahoma?; What are the types of flu vaccine available this year?
    • Vet research report, 2012 v.2

    • Veterinary medicine--Research--Oklahoma--Stillwater.; Oklahoma State University. Center for Veterinary Health Sciences--Research.
    • OSU Vet Center Research Critical; Combating a Worldwide Health Crisis: An OSU professor is tackling a deadly respiratory virus by Derinda Blakeney; Battling Tick-Borne Diseases by Derinda Blakeney; Confronting the High Cost of Ticks by Matt...
    • How to tell if a kid is on drugs : and what to do about it.

    • Drug abuse--Prevention.; Teenagers--Drug use.; Parent and teenager.;
    • There is no simple reason why kids begin to use drugs. However, there are answers to why a young person continues to use drug past the experimental stage.; It’s up to the parents to stop their children from using drugs by confronting the problem...
    • The MRC monitor, winter 2007

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    • 2007 - MRC Promotes Healthy Oklahoma; Oklahoma Scores Highest in Nation on Preparedness Report Card; Programs Support Surgeon General's Goals; Next Steps, What's on the Horizon at MRC? Survey Results Are In! Volunteer Voices - Ideas Shared in...
    • Safe food, healthy customers : a handbook for food employees.

    • Food service--Sanitation measures.; Food service employees--Health and hygiene.; Restaurants--Sanitation.; Food handling--Safety measures.
    • You are taking the first step in learning how to safely prepare and serve food.; You are taking the first step in learning how to safely prepare and serve food. You will learn about: * Employee Responsibilities and Hygiene * Food Temperatures and...

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