Podcasts

These audio podcasts were created in collaboration with CDC’s podcast program, and focus on drinking water-related topics.

Water: Keeping It Safe

A Minute of Health with CDC: Water: Keeping it Safe
Series Name: A Minute of Health with CDC
Running Time: 0:59
Release Date: 4/29/2010
 

Summary: The U.S. has a really good water supply and one of the safest water supplies in the world. In this podcast, Dr. Joan Brunkard discusses the importance of maintaining a high-quality public water system.

Water: Keeping It Safe

A Cup of Health with CDC: Water: Keeping it Safe
Series Name: A Cup of Health with CDC
Running Time: 04:35
Release Date: 4/29/2010
 

Summary: The U.S. has a really good water supply and one of the safest water supplies in the world. In this podcast, Dr. Joan Brunkard discusses the importance of maintaining a high-quality public water system.

Many Healthy Returns

Travel Safe: Many Healthy Returns
Series Name: Travel Safe
Running Time: 04:21
Release Date: 2/8/2010
 

Summary: International travel is usually very safe but there are things you should do to stay safe and healthy. Experts show you how to avoid problems when visiting developing nations.

Safe Drinking Water

Safe Drinking Water
Series Name: CDC Featured Podcasts
Running Time: 02:54
Release Date: 5/1/2008
 

Summary: Listen to this podcast to learn more about the steps that are taken to bring you clean tap water.

Ground Water Awareness

Ground Water Awareness
Series Name: CDC Featured Podcasts
Running Time: 02:54
Release Date: 3/10/2008
 

Summary: Protecting our water resources from contamination is a major concern. This podcast emphasizes the importance of private well maintenance and water testing.

Clean Air and Water

Clean Air and Water
Series Name: CDC Featured Podcasts
Running Time: 03:52
Release Date: 4/13/2007
 

Summary: The air we breathe and the water we drink are both vital components of our health. Nevertheless, bacteria, pollutants, and other contaminates can alter life-giving air and water into health-threatening hazards. Learn about how scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention work to protect the public from air and water-related health risks.