Internet Resources - Public Health
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC 's mission is to collaborate to promote prevention of disease, injury and disability, and to prepare for new health threats. CDC.gov links to statistical sources for morbidity and mortality health data. Information is available on current national and worldwide emergencies and disasters. CDC.gov is also the place to look for immunization guidelines for children, and for traveler's vaccine requirements. It links to information on country safety for travelers, environmental safety, and workplace safety and health.
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Información oficial en español. GobiernoUSA.gov es el portal oficial del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos en español.
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The official portal to the Unites States Government. An astounding compilation of information, services, and publication on a variety of topics.
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- Santa Cruz County Community Assessment Project
A consortium of public and private health, education, human service, and civic organizations convened by the United Way of Santa Cruz County have sponsored the Community Assessment Project of Santa Cruz County (CAP), a collaborative project to measure and improve the quality of life in Santa Cruz County.
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Did You Know?
E Clampus Vitus
E Clampus Vitus is a men-only organization which flourished in the California mining camps during the Gold Rush days. After many years of being dormant, it was revived in the early 1930's, and has chapters throughout the West. It has been described by Carl Wheat, a San Francisco historian who ... [More]