This infographic briefly covers the reliability, low cost, and availability of LARCs, especially in light of the US Affordable Care Act. It also advertises LARC Awareness Week which was held in November 2012.
Drinking water advisories are issued in response to a specific event or situation. Communication materials can be prepared in advance to prepare for these kinds of events. This toolbox outlines the questions and information that a drinking water advisory must address.
Using an example in Houston, this publication illustrates how the Collaboration Multiplier tool can maximize the benefits of multi-sector collaboration and help violence prevention groups overcome the challenges of working together.
There is growing recognition that many sectors must be engaged to effectively prevent violence, but people always don’t know what they bring to the table or how their sector can pitch in.
The goal of Stay Teen is to encourage young people to enjoy their teen years and avoid the responsibilities that come with too-early pregnancy and parenting. The site strives to provide information about issues like sex, relationships, waiting, and contraception, in order to better prepare teens to make informed choices for their future.
This is the US Department of Health's main website for the general population, to learn about the latest flu outbreaks, symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
Website includes sections on:
These guidelines are aimed at clinicians and community-based HIV prevention providers about early initiation of ART for personal and public health benefits. They include information about ARV treament for prevention of HIV transmission and adherence to ART treatment.
This brochure emphasizes the fact that early treatment helps people with HIV live longer and healthier lives. Starting ART early makes you less likely to develop AIDS and the other serious health problems HIV can cause. It also helps you reduce your chance of transmitting HIV to others.
This website offers detailed US health behavior data that can be used to inform program design. Until 2013, the data was collected by telephone interview.
The Network for a Healthy California mapping application is an interactive, internet-based Geographic Information System (GIS) that allows users to view and query mapped nutrition data.
The application contains a set of nutrition and other health related data, including: