Women’s health ebrief January 2015
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      Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) works 24/7 to protect the health of Americans through a wide range of activities that prevent illness, injury, and disability, and promote wellness through every stage of life. As

      The our nation’s health protection agency, the CDC tracks diseases, investigates outbreaks, develops evidence-based strategies, works with partners, and responds to emergencies of all kinds. Whether at home or abroad, about chronic or acute diseases that are curable, incurable, or preventable, CDC fights disease and supports communities and citizens to do the same. Many of CDC’s programs and activities focus on issues that impact women’s health and safety. This e-brief summarizes select CDC contributions to advance the health and safety of women in 2014.


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