Social Media on Chronic Disease

Follow all of the chronic disease social media channels to see our latest updates!
'Tis the season! Take these steps to help you stay safe and keep healthy during the holidays. #COVID19 #HealthyHolidays
Moving more and sitting less has important health benefits for everyone, regardless of age or fitness level. Find out more about key physical activity recommendations. #ActivePeople
PH Researchers: #500Cities equipped the 500 largest US cities with neighborhood-level health data. Now renamed #PLACES, these data have been expanded to every community across the country! #localdata
#DYK If you smoke cigarettes, it can be harder to recover from a lung illness, like #COVID19. For free help to quit smoking visit

Use the following to stay connected, join the conversation, get and share information on chronic diseases prevention and health promotion.
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Karen Hacker, MD, MPH, Director, CDC NCCDPHP & division directors, invites public health professionals to talk about chronic disease prevention & health promotion.

Page last reviewed: December 17, 2020