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Merck for Mothers has made an initial commitment of $6 million dedicated to reducing the number of women in the U.S. who die from complications of pregnancy and childbirth. We are working with national and local maternal health organizations to enhance community initiatives, implement standard approaches and strengthen data collection and reviews. Learn more
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Merck and its legacy companies have been working to discover and develop vaccines for more than a century. Today, Merck is one of the world’s leading providers of vaccines, including a vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella virus. For more information about Merck’s vaccine history, please read Vaccines: Our History, Our Legacy.
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Brisk walking and muscle-strengthening exercises can help improve your health. Learn how you can benefit from physical activity throughout the week.
Adults require 7-8 hours of sleep in order to function throughout the day. Learn more about sleep and its role in your health.
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