Syndicated content allows you to add CDC.gov content to your own website without having to maintain or update it. CDC offers a free Web Content Syndication service that gives public health partners the opportunity to syndicate CDC content directly to their sites. Public health partners, including federal public health agencies, state and local public health departments, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, and commercial organizations can gain direct access to content without having to monitor and copy updates.
Visit CDC’s HIV website for a list of HIV/AIDS content available for syndication. More information about syndication and other CDC web content available for syndication can be found at the CDC Content Syndication page.
Real Simple Syndication (RSS)
Stay updated with new HIV content from the CDC. From this page you can subscribe to CDC or other US Government RSS feeds or view their contents directly on this page without having to use an aggregator. New to RSS? See Podcast Help and RSS Help.
CDC – KnowIt and HIV Testing Locator
CDC offers a dedicated SMS texting service to help individuals find fast, free and confidential HIV testing services in their area. Users who text their zip code to KNOWIT (566948) receive a text back with the name, address and phone number of testing locations in that area.
HIV Testing Locator is a widget that searches HIV testing locations by default, and allows for searching other types of service providers through the "More" tab. It is designed to fit in more narrow locations (navigation and sidebars, for example), approximately 130 pixels wide by 350 pixels high.
CDC – Vital Signs
CDC conducts a monthly program called CDC Vital Signs, which includes an MMWR Early Release, a fact sheet and website, a media release, and a series of announcements via social media tools. Vital Signs is released the first Tuesday of every month. Issues include colorectal and breast cancer screening, obesity, alcohol and tobacco use, access to health care, HIV, seat belt use, cardiovascular disease, teen pregnancy and healthcare-associated infections, viral hepatitis, and foodborne disease. The last two HIV Vital signs were:
HIV among Youth (December 2012)
New Hope for Stopping HIV (December 2011)
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR)
The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR) is CDC's premiere journal. Public health reports, recommendations, and announcements on a variety of disease topics are published weekly. HIV related MMWRs are posted to CDC’s HIV MMWR webpage as soon as they are released.
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