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publication  998331 Image Title "B" Your Best with Folic Acid!
Pub ID 998331
Program Birth Defects (Folic Acid)
Description
Language English
Material Type Card
    Limit: 100
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publication  6406 Image Title ¡Piense en la Tuberculosis! | Think TB! (Spanish)
Pub ID 6406
Program Tuberculosis - For Health Care Providers
Description ¡Piense en la Tuberculosis!
Language Spanish
Material Type Poster
    Limit: 20
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publication  211085 Image Title 1 in 12 Asians Have Chronic Hepatitis B
Pub ID 211085
Program Hepatitis Posters
Description This 36x24 poster targets Asian Americans and promotes testing for chronic hepatitis B.
Language English
Material Type Poster
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publication  221796 Image Title 1. Share the Fun, Not the Germs, and Make a Healthy Splash!
Pub ID 221796
Program Healthy Swimming & Recreational Water - Treatment Guidelines
Description Full-color, z-fold brochure highlights 4 easy steps that all swimmers can follow to protect themselves from germs.
Language English
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 100
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publication  221831 Image Title 1-800-QUIT-NOW notepads
Pub ID 221831
Program
Description 20-page notepads that include the CDC logo and the national quitline number for clinicians, pharmacists, and other caregivers to use and give to patients who use tobacco.
Language English
Material Type Other
    Limit: 5
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publication  993532 Image Title 1989 SGR | Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking: 25 Years of Progress.
Pub ID 993532
Program Smoking & Tobacco Use
Description This 1989 document presents an overview of the previous Surgeon General's Reports on smoking and health and updates the status of tobacco control in the United States. A Report of the Surgeon General 1989 Full Report
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  221861 Image Title 2. Comparta la Diversión...No los Microbios ¡Y Páselo Bien en Aguas Saludables!
Pub ID 221861
Program Healthy Swimming & Recreational Water - Treatment Guidelines
Description Full-color, z-fold brochure highlights 4 easy steps that all swimmers can follow to protect themselves from germs.
Language Spanish
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 100
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publication  996493 Image Title 2000 SGR | Reducing Tobacco Use
Pub ID 996493
Program Smoking & Tobacco Use
Description This 2000 report on smoking and health by the Surgeon General is the first to offer a composite review of the various methods used to reduce and prevent tobacco use. This report evaluates each of the five major approaches to reducing tobacco use: educational, clinical, regulatory, economic, and comprehensive. NOTE: ALSO ORDER (ERRATA NOTICE).
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  997867 Image Title 2004 SGR | Dentro de los primeros 20 minutos de haber dejado de fumar Flat Poster (Spanish)
Pub ID 997867
Program Smoking & Tobacco Use
Description This glossy color poster features what happens within 20 minutes after smokers inhale that last cigarette. Their bodies begin a series of changes that continue for years. Among these health improvements are a drop in heart rate; improved circulation; and reduced risk for heart attack, lung cancer, and stroke.
Language Spanish
Material Type Poster
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publication  997869 Image Title 2004 SGR | Los beneficios de dejar de fumar Flat Poster (Spanish)
Pub ID 997869
Program Smoking & Tobacco Use
Description This brightly colored poster displays the benefits of quitting compared with the harmful health consequences of smoking. Quitting smoking has immediate as well as long-term benefits, such as reducing risks for stroke, cancers, coronary heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ulcer, peripheral artery disease, and low birth weight in infants.
Language Spanish
Material Type Poster
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