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Time is Almost Up

Only a few days remain to submit your article for consideration in our upcoming public health and pharmacy collection. Learn more and submit by January 31st.

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption

New research finds the frequency of daily sugar-sweetened beverage intake was significantly higher in nonmetropolitan counties than in metropolitan counties.

Top 10 articles of 2019

Top 10 Articles Published in 2019

We're excited to announce our most popular PCD articles of 2019, as rated by Altmetric. Check out the list.

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Earn Free CME Credit

We offer monthly CME articles through our partnership with Medscape. Browse our current offerings.

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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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New PCD Collection Now Available

PCD’s latest collection features 10 articles from CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) that offer insights into the development, implementation, and evaluation of population-based interventions implemented by NCCDPHP, its partners, and its awardees.

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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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New PCD Collection Available

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.

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PCD Collection Focusing 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.

Volume 17

ISSN: 1545-1151

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