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   Acute Bronchiolitis (ID=99)

   AIDS/HIV (ID=128)

   Animal-Related Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness (ID=156)

   Anthrax (ID=1)

   Athlete’s foot (ID=147)

   Avian Influenza (ID=75)

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   Bangs disease (ID=138)

   Bed Bugs (ID=12)

   Bedbug Guidance for Home Health Care and Social (ID=74)

   Blood and Bodily Fluids Exposure (ID=167)

   Botulism (ID=169)

   Bronchitis (ID=97)

   Brucellosis (ID=136)

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   Campylobacter (ID=59)

   Campylobacteriosis (ID=60)

   Candidiasis (ID=13)

   Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) (ID=172)

   Caster Beans (ID=178)

   Cercarial dermatitis (ID=143)

   Chest Cold (ID=98)

   Chickenpox (ID=14)

   Chlamydia (ID=61)

   Cimex lectularius (ID=35)

   Clap (ID=63)

   Clostridium difficile (ID=174)

   CMV (ID=30)

   Cold Sores (ID=139)

   Condyloma (ID=151)

   Conjunctivitis (ID=15)

   Corynebacterium diphtheriae (ID=109)

   Coxiella burnetii (ID=176)

   Croup (ID=104)

   Cryptosporidiosis (ID=72)

   Cryptosporidium parvum (ID=73)

   Cytomegalovirus (ID=16)

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   Diarrhea (Gastrointestinal Illness Information) (ID=157)

   Diarrhea Fact Sheet (ID=47)

   Diphtheria (ID=108)

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   E coli (ID=57)

   Ear Infection (ID=84)

   Echoviruses (ID=45)

   Enterobius vermicularis (ID=141)

   Enteroviral (nonpolio) (ID=43)

   Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis with exanthem (ID=27)

   Enteroviruses (ID=46)

   Epstein-Barr Virus Infection (ID=23)

   Erythema Infectiosum, Parvovirus B19 (ID=29)

   Escherichia coli O157 (ID=58)

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   Fifth Disease (ID=4)

   Flu (ID=80)

   Food Safety (ID=159)

   Foodborne Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness (ID=158)

   Fungal Infections of the Skin (ID=145)

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   Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness (ID=160)

   Genital Warts (ID=96)

   German Measles (ID=38)

   Giardia (ID=56)

   Giardiasis (ID=55)

   Gonorrhea (ID=62)

   Group A and B Coxsackieviruses (ID=44)

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   Haemophilus Influenzae B (ID=5)

   Haemophilus influenzae non-type B (ID=110)

   Hand Foot Mouth (ID=6)

   Hand Washing Brochure (ID=112)

   Hand Washing Poster (8 1/2 x 11) (ID=155)

   Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) (ID=115)

   Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) (ID=130)

   Hepatitis A (ID=64)

   Hepatitis B (ID=70)

   Hepatitis C (ID=69)

   Hepatitis D (ID=92)

   Hepatitis E (ID=93)

   Herpes gladiatorum (ID=111)

   Herpes Simplex (ID=113)

   Herpes Zoster, Varicella Zoster (ID=37)

   HIB (ID=28)

   HIV/AIDS (ID=127)

   HPV (ID=94)

   Human Herpesvirus 6 (ID=39)

   Human Papillomavirus (ID=95)

   HUS (ID=129)

   Hydrophobia (ID=78)

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   Impetigo (ID=7)

   Infectious Hepatitis (ID=65)

   Infectious Parotitis (ID=22)

   Influenza (ID=79)

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   Jock itch (ID=148)

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   Kawasaki Syndrome (ID=8)

   Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase (KPC) (ID=173)

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   Laryngotrachebronchitis-Acute (ID=106)

   Listeria (ID=170)

   Lyme Disease (ID=163)

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   Malaria (ID=117)

   Malignant edema (ID=134)

   Measles (ID=9)

   Meningitis (ID=101)

   Meningococcal Meningitis (ID=2)

   MERS (ID=179)

   Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (ID=123)

   Molluscum Contagiosum (ID=10)

   Mononucleosis (ID=11)

   MRSA (ID=122)

   Mucocutaneous Lymph Node Syndrome (ID=26)

   Mucous Membrane Exposure (ID=166)

   Mumps (ID=3)

   Mycobacterium tuberculosis (ID=132)

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   Needlestick Exposure (ID=168)

   Neisseria meningitidis (ID=24)

   Norovirus (ID=48)

   Norovirus in Healthcare Facilities (ID=107)

   Norwalk-like Virus (ID=50)

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   P. malariae (ID=121)

   P. ovale (ID=120)

   P. vivas (ID=119)

   Percutaneous Exposure (ID=165)

   Perinatal Hepatitis B (ID=116)

   Pertussis (ID=17)

   Pinkeye (ID=31)

   Pinworms (ID=140)

   Plasmodium falciparum (ID=118)

   Pneumonia (ID=87)

   Polio (ID=125)

   Poliomyelitis (ID=126)

   Pox, The (ID=68)

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   Q Fever (ID=175)

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   Rabies (ID=77)

   Respiratory Syncytial Virus (ID=89)

   Ricin (ID=177)

   Ringworm (ID=146)

   Rockey Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) (ID=162)

   Roseola (ID=18)

   Rotavirus (ID=41)

   RSV (ID=88)

   Rubella (ID=19)

   Rubeola (ID=25)

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   Salmonella (ID=52)

   Salmonellosis (ID=51)

   SARS (ID=90)

   Scabies (ID=135)

   Scarlet Fever (ID=154)

   Schistosome (ID=144)

   Serum Hepatitis (ID=71)

   Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (ID=91)

   Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli (STEC) (ID=171)

   Shigella (ID=54)

   Shigellosis (ID=53)

   Shigellosis in Child-Care Settings (ID=76)

   Shingles (ID=20)

   Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes (ID=36)

   Strep Throat (ID=85)

   Streptococcal Pharyngitis (ID=86)

   Streptococcus Pneumoniae (ID=81)

   Swimmer’s Itch (ID=142)

   Syph (ID=67)

   Syphilis (ID=66)

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   Tetanus (ID=152)

   Thrush, Diaper Rash (ID=33)

   Tickborne Disease (ID=164)

   Toxic Shock Syndrome (ID=21)

   Travel Tips (ID=114)

   Tuberculosis (TB) (ID=131)

   Tularemia (ID=149)

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   Undulant fever (ID=137)

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   Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus (VRE) (ID=124)

   Varicella-Zoster Virus (ID=32)

   Viral Croup (ID=105)

   Viral Gastroenteritis (Norovirus) (ID=49)

   Viral Gastroenteritis (Rotavirus) (ID=42)

   Viral Meningitis (ID=100)

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   Warts (ID=150)

   Waterborne Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness (ID=161)

   West Nile Virus (ID=102)

   Whooping Cough (ID=40)

   WNV (ID=103)

   Woolsorters disease (ID=133)

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   Yeast Infection (ID=34)