This series contains podcasts on topics related to aging and health.
A listing of featured podcasts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC.
This series contains podcasts related to CDC's online journal Preventing Chronic Disease.
Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.
This podcast series for the general public includes information on a variety of women's health topics.
In these podcasts, CDC answers YOUR health and safety questions. o
These podcasts are for children, ages 5-10. They are short and entertaining and will help kids learn about things to keep them safe and healthy.
Vital Minute podcasts are based on CDC Vital Signs, a series of MMWR reports that will announce the latest results for key public health indicators.
This series contains "broadcast ready" CDC Public Service Announcements (PSAs) that radio stations and others can download and use.
This podcast series contains programs from CDC and its partners on topics related to smoking and use of other tobacco products.
Join us weekly as Dr. Jess Armine and Clinical Nutritionist Shawn Bean discuss different topics on how to take control of your health utilizing genetics and integrative medicine.The Center for Bio-Individualized Medicine (TM) takes genetics and integrative medicine to a new level. By combining the knowledge of neurotransmitter balancing, hormone balancing and immune contribution to disease, epigenetics/nutrigenomics, acquired (secondary) mitochondrial dysfunction and cell wall integrity, the ...
This CDC series features topics on staying safe and healthy during the summer, whether on the road or on the water. Podcasts provide tips for general audiences on avoiding water-related injuries, driving safely, safety when outdoors, and celebrating safety on the 4th of July.
Joel G. Breman, M.D., D.T.P.H., F.I.D.S.A., is Senior Scientific Adviser, Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Dr. Breman's recent research has defined the considerable burden of malaria and development of policies and practices to conquer this disease. He was educated at the University of California, Los Angeles; the Keck School of Medicine, the University of Southern California; and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He trained in medicin ...
Interviews with top scholars in public health, sociology, childhood development and more - created during production of the acclaimed documentary UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? - are now available as edited podcasts. UNNATURAL CAUSES is a series about health, but it's not about doctors or drugs. Instead, the film crisscrosses the country to find stories and evidence of the underlying social conditions that shape who gets sick in the first place. Produced by California Newsre ...
Originally from Pakistan, Dr. Hammad Ali first became a physician before working in public health. He discusses his path to CDC, shares advice for those interested in the world of global health, and discusses his many field experiences around the world as a Medical Epidemiologist.
Interview with CDC's senior epidemiologist and arthritis subject matter expert, Dr. Louise Murphy, about the connection between arthritis and mental health, namely depression and anxiety.
Este pódcast explica la importancia de hacerse las pruebas de detección de rutina.
Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer (EISO), Martha Montgomery describes responding to an outbreak of multidrug-resistant Campylobacter in people linked to contact with pet store puppies.
Grace Adofoli, MPH/MSW isa Project Manager for Chickasaw Nation Industries. For 2.5 years, Grace servedas a Program Management Fellow for CDC’s Center for Global Health in theOverseas Operations Office in Atlanta, Georgia and remains close with her CDC mentors. She discusses her time as a fellow, her passion for holistic publichealth and the Africa…
Neetu Abad, PhD is a Behavioral Scientist for the Immunization Systems Branch at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, and serves as a mentor for the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program. She has worked at CDC for over 10 years and holds a PhD in social psychology. She discusses her path to global health and her work on vaccines and outbreaks as a Behav…
Mike Sage, MPH is Program Director for the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program. He currently holds an appointment as Guest Researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and serves as a senior consultant to the Public Health Institute (PHI). In this episode, Mike reflects on his career of 34 years at CDC which included lead…
Anyie Li, MPH is an Epidemiologist and CDC Foundation Field Employee for the Vaccine Introduction Team, in the Immunization Systems Branch, Global Immunization Division, within CDC's Center for Global Health. Anyie is an alumna of the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program and served as a Fellow from 2016 to 2018 on the same team she currently wo…
Natascia Al-Kass, MS, is the Recruitment & Fellowship Support Coordinator for the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, based in Oakland, CA. Natascia shares her expertise in leading the program's recruitment process and supporting domestic and overseas-based fellows throughout the program year.
Caregivers who are part of the baby boomer generation reported having more chronic disease, more disability, and lower self-rated health compared to non-caregivers-putting them at risk of needing care themselves.
Roara Michael, MHA, is the University Liaison Program Officer at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health based in Washington D.C.. Roara leads PHI/CDC's outreach efforts with universities and public health programs across the country, and supports Fellows seeking professional development opportunities.…
Este podcast destaca la importancia de la vacuna contra la influenza para todos los niños, incluso aquellos con necesidades de atención médica especiales.
This podcast highlights the importance of all children - including those with special health care needs - receiving flu vaccinations.
Aybüke Koyuncu, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global Epidemiology Fellow within the Immunization Systems Branch at CDC's Center for Global Health. She discusses her work supporting interventions aimed at improving coverage of routine immunizations and data analysis on public knowledge, attitude and practices related to immunizations around the world.…
A podcast aimed to increase awareness about the risk of fungal infections, including of symptoms of these infections, which can be similar to COVID-19, and to increase awareness of our upcoming awareness week, Fungal Disease Awareness Week (September 21-25, 2020). "Think fungus" if you have symptoms of a serious infection that is not getting better…
Maureen Bartee, MPH, is the Associate Director for Global Health Security within CDC's Center for Global Health. She holds 22 years of experience with CDC, and currently leads CDC’s work on their global health security agenda, policy and strategy discussions with other US agencies and international partners.…
Este podcast destaca el XXX aniversario de la Ley sobre Estadounidenses con Discapacidades y el trabajo de los CDC con respecto a las discapacidades y la salud.
Brain health and physical health are especially important as we age. Did you know some people with chronic health conditions are at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease? Find out about 8 ways to keep your body healthy that may also keep your brain healthy.
This podcast highlights the 30th anniversary of the historic Americans with Disabilities Act and CDC's work around disability and health.By DISABILITY AND HEALTH BRANCH
PHI/CDC Monitoring & Evaluation Fellow, Samantha Gross, MPH, discusses her experience with CDC Center for Global Health's Division of Global HIV & Tuberculosis. She has held 3 assignments with CDC’s Emergency Operations Centerresponding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Samantha discusses her background working in monitoring and evaluation and global healt…
PHI/CDC Surveillance Fellow, Robyn Bernstein, MPH, discusses her experience with CDC Zambia’s Division of Global HIV & Tuberculosis. Robyn also elaborates on her time as Strategic Information Coordinator for the COVID-19 International Task Force- Strategic Information Unit Mitigation Team, which is part of CDC’s Emergency Operations Center respondi…
Loneliness and social isolation puts older adults at risk for several serious medical problems including dementia. It is an underrecognized risk to the public's health. Dr. Craig Thomas, director of CDC's Division of Population Health, is interviewed about a new report on this topic.
PHI/CDC Surveillance Fellow, Greg Chang, MPH, discusses his experience serving on CDC's International Epidemiology Team responding to COVID-19 and his work on Population-based HIV Impact Assessments with the Division of Global HIV & Tuberculosis for CDC's Center for Global Health.
This episode features Riley Wagner, MPH, who is a Global Program Management Fellow for CDC’s Center for Global Health Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Riley was the first of currently 24 Fellows to be assigned to CDC’s Emergency Operations Center in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Riley discusses her experience on the EOC and elaborates on her …
Although caregiving has many benefits, it's important to recognize that caregivers may be compromising their own health. One in five adults report being a caregiver for a family member or friend, and 21% say they are in fair or poor health, according to a large, long term study of more than 252,000 adults.…
Hacer actividad física con regularidad está asociado a un menor riesgo de presentar muchas enfermedades crónicas, como las enfermedades cardiacas, algunos cánceres e incluso la enfermedad de Alzheimer. Es posible que las personas se sientan mejor cada vez que están activas. Entérese cuánta actividad deberían hacer y el tipo de actividades que se re…
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This podcast is designed to help people reduce their risk of blood clots during long-distance travel of four hours or more.
This song (sung to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas) describes how to stay safe and healthy during the holidays and all year long.
This public service announcement provides information about e-cigarette, or vaping, product use-associated lung injury.
A healthy lifestyle may help reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Two large, long term studies indicate that adequate physical activity, a nutritious diet, limited alcohol consumption, and not smoking may help-even for people at average and intermediate risk because of their genes.
This public service announcement encourages parents to wash their hands and teach kids to do the same.
Este anuncio de servicio público de 30 segundos enumera algunos síntomas comunes de los cánceres de cuello uterino, de ovario y de útero.
This 60-second public service announcement lists some common symptoms of cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancers.
This podcast highlights the importance of blood donations from African Americans to help people with sickle cell disease who might need one or more blood transfusions.
Dr. Christopher Taylor of CDC's Alzheimer's Disease and Healthy Aging Program describes Alzheimer's disease, the fifth leading cause of death in Americans 65 years and older.
Learn how to evaluate people for latent TB infection with the Mantoux tuberculin skin test. This podcast includes sections on administering and reading the Mantoux tuberculin skin test, the standard method for detecting latent TB infection since the 1930s.
Este anuncio de servicio público habla sobre los síntomas del lupus y dónde las personas pueden aprender más.
This 30 second PSA encourages listeners to get screened for colorectal cancer.By NATIONAL CTR FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION & HLTH PROM
Este anuncio de servicio público proporciona información importante incluyendo la edad para comenzar a hacerse la prueba de detección de cáncer colorrectal.By NATIONAL CTR FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION & HLTH PROM
This public service announcement is about the symptoms of lupus and where people can learn more.
This public service announcement is about the importance of good hand hygiene after a hurricane.
This podcast will help health care providers identify patients who are at increased risk of getting tick bites and provide tick bite prevention recommendations, tick removal instructions, and guidance for tick bite prophylaxis.
Este podcast explica lo que es la neumonía, sus síntomas y cómo prevenirla.
Listen as Brittney Keller-Hamilton, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the doctoral category, talks about her recently published research, which looks the frequency of tobacco and alcohol use in adolescents' favorite TV shows and examines whether the rates of tobacco and alcohol use differed by the show's parental rating.…
Listen as Fei Gao, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the high school category, talks about his recently published research, which looked at gestational diabetes and health behaviors among women in the United States.
In this podcast interview, Calla Holzahauser, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the graduate category, talks about her recently published research, which estimates the number of women in South Dakota who will participate in a free breast cancer screening program from 2017 through 2022.…
Employers learn best from their peers when it comes to what they are doing and what works. This interview features Hussey Seating, a small, for-profit manufacturer in North Berwick, Maine, sharing workplace heart disease and stroke prevention successes and tips.