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Father’s Day Words Of Wisdom And Hope

On Father’s Day, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) celebrates all dads who protect their families against vaccine-preventable diseases. In light of COVID-19, and amid concerns about the impact of systemic racism on US public health, NFID leaders (and dads) answered this question: What is on your mind as you think about celebrating Father’s Day in 2020?

Diseases On The Big Screen: Films For Holiday Viewing

Looking for some entertaining activities with friends and family this holiday season? NFID has compiled an Amazon List of movies with an infectious disease twist to add to your viewing line-up. Check out the movies below to share your infectious disease knowledge pointing out impossible scenarios versus plausible storylines!

Help Strike Out Flu This Season!

As part of an annual campaign to increase awareness about the importance of influenza (flu) prevention, NFID kicked off its 2019-2020 flu season awareness activities at the 8th Annual Flu Awareness Night at Nationals Park

Don’t Be A Dreaded Spreader!

Recent news reports show high influenza (flu) activity across the US. NFID urges everyone age 6 months and older to take 3 important steps to #FightFlu and avoid spreading (flu) to others…

NFID Board Picks: Holiday Reading Recommendations

The end of the year is a great time to enjoy some downtime and catch up on must-read books, but what will you read? We asked members of the NFID Board of Directors for their holiday reading recommendations. View their picks…

Tackle the Flu This Football Season: #GetVaccinated to #FightFlu!

To raise awareness about the importance of flu prevention, NFID has partnered with the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) to present the 2018 Outland Trophy as part of a public awareness campaign timed to coincide with the 2018-2019 flu season and football season…

The 2018 Oscars of Infectious Diseases: An Evening to Remember

Along with celebrating 45 years of success in providing education to both the public and healthcare professionals, NFID honored three public health heroes who have made significant and lasting contributions: Roger I. Glass, MD, PhD; Kathryn M. Edwards, MD; and Anne Schuchat, MD (RADM, USPHS).