Why Link to CDC.gov?
CDC.gov (www.cdc.gov) is the official Web site of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is a public domain Web site, which means you may link to CDC.gov at no cost and without specific permission. CDC.gov provides direct access to important health and safety topics, scientific articles, data and statistics, tools and resources – and over 900 topics in the CDC.gov A-Z Index.
How to Link to CDC.gov
If you'd like to offer visitors to your Web site an easy link to official U.S. government information and services, we encourage you to add a text or graphic link to the CDC. The CDC.gov linking graphic may be used only to link to the CDC.gov Web site. We ask that when you link to CDC.gov, you do it in an appropriate context and as a service to your Web visitors.
Select one of the images below for usage on your Web site. Simply click on the adjacent HTML code block and copy it. You may then paste it anywhere on your Web site, which will automatically create a link to the CDC.
If you use a text link to the CDC Web site, we suggest including a sentence or two to describe the CDC.
Long Version: CDC.gov (www.cdc.gov) is your online source for credible health information and is the official Web site of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CDC is committed to achieving true improvements in people's health. CDC applies research and findings to improve people's daily lives and responds to health emergencies—something that distinguishes CDC from its peer agencies. Working with states and other partners, CDC provides a system of health surveillance to monitor and prevent disease outbreaks (including bioterrorism), implement disease prevention strategies, and maintain national health statistics. CDC also guards against international disease transmission, with personnel stationed in more than 25 foreign countries.
Placement of the CDC.gov linking graphic or text link is to be used only as a marker to the CDC.gov home page. A link does not indicate any form of endorsement or approval from CDC, the Coordinating Center for Health Information and Service, the National Center for Health Marketing, or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.