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Aiwa CDC-MP32 Car Receiver

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June 6, 2005

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CDC: One in four U.S. homes ditch landlines

The Centers for Disease Control, in researching the state of health in America, sees a steadily rising number of households that use only mobile phones.

By May 13, 2010


Fake CDC vaccine e-mail leads to malware

AppRiver warns of scammers preying on public interest in the H1N1 vaccine through an e-mail purporting to come from Centers for Disease Control.

By December 1, 2009


CDC using Twitter for swine flu information

The Centers for Disease Control is using Twitter to send out updates about swine flu including news reports and links to consumer resources.

By April 27, 2009


Work stress? You're not alone, CDC says

Our society is obsessed with quick fixes. Well, if there were any, our weight, happiness, and stress levels would be getting better instead of worse.

By July 25, 2008


Not a flu shot fan? Here's a vaccine patch you give yourself

Prototype microneedle patch under study by the CDC is well received by early testers. Imagine picking up a flu vaccine at the pharmacy and administering it in the comfort of your home.

By February 27, 2014


New York health officials track down foodborne illnesses using Yelp

NY's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene uses software to look for words like "sick" and "vomit" in Yelp reviews.

By May 23, 2014


Over half of late-20s crowd own cell phones only

Slightly more than half of people ages 25 to 29 live in households that have jettisoned their landlines in favor of cell phones, according to a new report from the CDC.

By December 22, 2010


Do video games cause violence? Feds want more research

The Centers for Disease Control is stepping up its efforts to research a possible link between fantasy video game violence and real-world violence.

By June 5, 2013


The 404 824: Where we're spinning our way to the top (podcast)

Where would you go if all your neighbors turned into New Balance-wearing, speed-walking zombies? The CDC (unaffiliated with Harold Camping) has some tips on how to survive the zombie apocalypse in a manual released on its Web site yesterday that uses the undead as a metaphor for disaster preparation.

By May 19, 2011