Health and Wellness
- Pregnant? Don’t Smoke!
- CDC Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
- Vaccinating Pregnant Women
- National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
- State of Health Equity (SHE) at CDC Forum
- New CDC Site on Infant and Toddler Nutrition
- Alcohol & Breastfeeding Web Page
- Fewer HPV Infections Mean Healthier Communities of Color
- Protecting Your Skin Is Worth the Effort
- Disability and Health Data at Your Fingertips
Science and Research
- State-Specific Prevalence of Obesity Among Children Aged 2–4 Years Enrolled in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children — United States, 2010–2016
- Is Twin Childbearing on the Decline? Twin Births in the United States, 2014–2018
- National Trends in Hepatitis C Infection by Opioid Use Disorder Status Among Pregnant Women at Delivery Hospitalization — United States, 2000–2015
- Percentage of Women Aged ≥50 Years Who Have Had a Hysterectomy, by Race/Ethnicity and Year — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2008 and 2018
- AMIGAS: Promoting Cervical Cancer Screening among Hispanic Womenexternal icon
- Declines in Births to Females Aged 10–14 in the United States, 2000–2016
When Emily and Caroline found out their mom had a BRCA gene mutation, they decided to get tested themselves. From there, they took different paths. Find out how these sisters and their mom support each other, and how one size doesn’t always fit all when managing your breast cancer risk.
Regular physical activity is important for maintaining good health. One activity that’s easy and readily available to most people is walking. In this podcast, Dr. Emily Ussery discusses the health benefits of walking.
- Overview of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Case Investigation of Cervical Cancer Studyexternal icon
- Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates Through National Provider Partnershipsexternal icon
- Protect Tiny Teeth Toolkit: An Oral Health Communications Resource for Providers of Pregnant Women and New Mothersexternal icon
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program: Increasing Access to Screeningexternal icon