Social Media on Chronic Disease

Follow all of the chronic disease social media channels to see our latest updates!
With many children learning from home this year, we need to prevent cyberbullying. For #BullyingPreventionMonth, support schools in teaching staff how to identify, prevent, and #StopBullying. #CDCHealthySchools
October is #SIDSAwarenessMonth! Do you know what a #SafeSleep area for a baby looks like? If so, share a photo of your baby on your social media account using #SafeSleepSnap.
#RemoteLearning can be challenging for both parents and kids. Use these tips to help your kids stay healthy, active, and focused at home. #HealthyAtHome
Are you putting the right things in your kids' backpacks? Find out and learn more about how to keep your kids safe from getting sick or hurt at school. #CDCHealthySchools

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: October 7, 2020