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Hydrate Philly Helps Youth Drink More Water

Installing hydration stations at Philadelphia youth recreation facilities nearly doubled the gallons of water youth consumed daily. In addition, water consumption at sites with the stations was twice as high than those without. Read the related study.

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Earn Your Free CME Credit With PCD

Did you know that our CME articles are valid up to a year? Browse the number of CME articles we published in 2019 and earn your FREE credit today.

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How to Submit a Manuscript

Visit the Author's Corner section of our website. This section presents information on how to organize and submit a manuscript.

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CDC Colorectal Cancer Control Program Collection

PCD's latest collection features 6 articles that describe the evaluation of CDC’s 2009–2015 Colorectal Cancer Control Program, including its implementation, outcomes, and costs.

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Read PCD's NCCDPHP Collection

This collection features 10 articles from CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

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PCD Collection Focuses on Population Health Improvements

This PCD collection features 16 articles that explore new partners, new tools, and new strategies to address the chronic disease epidemic in the United States.

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PCD’s GIS Collection

This collection of 24 articles highlights the use of geospatial data for chronic disease prevention and treatment.

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Collection: Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country

This PCD collection chronicles a 5-year journey of innovative CDC programs and partnerships that build on a new sense of possibility in Indian Country.

Volume 17

ISSN: 1545-1151

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