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Badges and Buttons

Badges are small graphic images that include a message and link to a web page. Buttons are graphic elements that include an image, a short call-to-action message, and a link for more information. They are created to be shared, and include HTML code that allows you to post them on a website.


2014 State Indicator Report on Physical Activity

Adults need at least 2 1/2 hours a week of physical activity. CDC Vital Signs www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns

Walk for better health.

CDC Vital Signs Learn Vital Information on Walking. Read CDC Vital Signs.

Adults need at least 2 1/2 hours a week of physical activity. CDC Vital Signs www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns

Help your children play! Celebrate Worldwide Day of Play.

Help your children play! Celebrate Worldwide Day of Play.

State and community nutrition, physical activity and obesity programs.

The Let's Move! Cities, Towns and Counties initiative, which supports local elected officials who are working to build healthier communities.

Video of First Lady Michelle Obama encouraging families to get active in the Great Outdoors.

The National Physical Activity Plan, which aims to increase physical activity in America.

Content Syndication

Content syndication is an application that enables partner organizations to display current CDC health content and allows visitors to the public health partner’s website access to CDC content without leaving the partner website.

Current web pages available for content syndication:

Podcasts

Listen to or download these podcasts to learn more about the obesity epidemic, physical activity and the food systems.

Physical Activity

Walkable Communities Podcast
This podcast discusses the benefits of walkable communities as they relate to health, the environment, and social interaction.

MMWRKeep Your Kids Moving
A recent CDC study found that only about one in 10 high school students is getting enough exercise.

MMWRKeep Your Kids Moving (A Cup of Health with CDC)
If you think your child spends too much time playing video games or watching TV, you’re probably right. A recent CDC study found that only about one in 10 high school-aged students is getting enough exercise.

Videos

View Physical Activity Videos to learn more about the physical activity guidelines, getting started, and muscle exercises.

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