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:
The Teen Outreach Pack was developed to help support the aims of World Contraception Day (WCD) – an annual campaign centered around a vision for a world where every pregnancy is wanted. Its mission is to improve awareness of contraception, to enable young people to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health.
This poster mentions four ways that Ebola virus is not transmitted: through air, through water, and through food.
This TV series was created for the US teen audience, and is designed to involve its audience in the lives, scandals and emotional traumas of Latino students attending a fictional high school in East Los Angeles, California.
Text4Baby is a mobile application information service designed to promote maternal and child health through text messaging.
This chart is directed at parents and provides a comparison chart of the various long acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) choices.
This is a web page from Teensource, a website sponsored by the California Family Health Council. This page advocates the use of long term reversible contraceptives for teens, as safe, effective, and easy.
The page also offers answers to the following questions:
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This is a text messaging service of the California Family Health Council.
This service, aimed at teens, sends weekly tips about sexual and reproductive health to more than 4,000 teens in California. Subscribers can also find the nearest clinic for low or no-cost sexual health services simply by entering their zip code.
Produced by the California Family Health Council, this video provides training for service providers on how to counsel teens about long acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs).