This governmental program is responsible for ensuring the health and well-being of the entire population of women, infants and children by connecting people to services, programs, agencies, maximize resources, and increase quality and effectiveness.
This document from the CDC of genomic competencies is intended to create awareness to pubic health employees to the potential role of genetic information for preventing disease and incorporate them into their public health specialities.
The Michigan Birth Defects Prevention program strives to prevent birth defects and provide support for all Michigan families affected with birth defects.
This free weekly electronic newsletter from Georgetown University, provides timely reference to research, findings, policy developments, recently released publications, new programs and initiatives all affecting the maternal and child health community.
This compilation of resources contains information from health information related to older adults to advanced care and caregiving resources.
Working together for stronger, healthy babies by providing information to mothers, professionals and researchers.
Facts, statistics, and free materials from the CDC on the preventative effects of folic acid.