CDC Mobile Web site
Your Mobile Source for Credible Health Information
CDC's health information is now available on your mobile device. Visit m.cdc.gov on your mobile phone or PDA for information on seasonal flu, H1N1 flu, public health emergencies, and more.
This site is designed to be easily read and navigated from mobile devices and will soon feature even more health and safety topics.
Health Alerts On-the-Go: Sign up for Mobile Tips & Alerts
Sign up now to have important health information and tips delivered directly to your mobile phone!
How many messages will I receive?
We'll send you 2-3 messages a week with helpful tips to keep you well.
What kinds of messages will I receive?
We try to send messages based on your needs. To do this, we ask you to provide us with a little information about yourself when you sign up, including your:
- zip code
This information helps us to send messages that are tailored to you. For instance, if there's an emergency in your area, we can send an alert to subscribers in your zip code. If we know your gender, we can send you messages about women's health or about men's health, etc. We use this information to relevant send messages about staying healthy.
Is there a cost?
Although CDC does not charge to participate in this program, standard text messaging rates from your wireless carrier may apply.
How do I opt out?
Although we'd hate to lose you, you can opt out at any time by sending a reply with the word STOP in the body of the message.
For more information
For more information about this project and the terms and conditions, please see the following policies:
- Page last reviewed: June 15, 2011
- Page last updated: June 15, 2011
- Content source:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Division of Public Affairs