Collections Overview

Collections present information about a shared topic. You will see more collections added in the coming months, so return to this site to see what is new.

The Library Collection includes other CDC publications from all areas of public health and disease prevention.
The Guidelines and Recommendations collection is a resource for current or previous evidence-based clinical and public health guidelines.
The Influenza Surveillance Reports Collection is an archive of historic influenza reports produced by the CDC.
The CDC Open Access collection contains articles published by CDC authors in Open Access publications.
Reproductive Health Surveys have collected information in developing countries on reproductive health topics since 1973.
MMWR has been published weekly since 1952. This collection contains the first 30 years of issues, scanned from the original volumes.
This collection features historical documents from the NIOSH Mining program, which has conducted mine safety and health research since 1910.
Emerging Infectious Diseases is a peer-reviewed journal tracking and analyzing disease trends.
Preventing Chronic Disease is a peer-reviewed online journal established to improve the health of the public through open access to chronic disease research.
The David J. Sencer CDC Museum is an educational facility designed to teach about CDC, public health, and the benefits of prevention.
Health Alert Network (HAN) is CDC's primary method of sharing information about urgent public health incidents
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