miércoles, 3 de enero de 2018

FoodNet Homepage | CDC

FoodNet Homepage | CDC

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The Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet) is conducting a survey to help U.S. public health experts better understand and prevent health issues related to foodborne illness.
Results from the survey will give CDC updated information in important areas such as:
  • how many people get a foodborne illness,
  • how many of those people get medical care for that illness, and
  • how many people participate in certain activities or eat certain foods that may put them at risk for foodborne disease.
People who live in FoodNet’s surveillance area may be asked to complete the survey by mail or phone. The survey will run for about two years; more information for participants is available on the survey webpage. To learn more about previous FoodNet population surveys, check this webpage.

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