This website provides information on birth defects in general. Sub-pages provide resources documenting the public health burden of birth defects and their complications in the United States. Statistics on the occurrence of some of the more common birth defects and links to additional information and resources can also be found here.
This MDHHS unit provides statewide epidemiological leadership and expertise for the maternal and child health programs that support women and children in Michigan.
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.
The Center for Statistical Genetics at the University of Michigan is an interdisciplinary program which seeks to encourage research and training at the interface between human genetics and the mathematical sciences.
The Michigan Birth Defects Registry (MBDR) tracks more than 1,000 diagnoses of birth defects. This allows the Prevention program to ensure certain populations receive appropriate services and follow-up.
The Michigan Birth Defects Prevention program strives to prevent birth defects and provide support for all Michigan families affected with birth defects.
This organization exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism by increasing public awareness, advocating for services for individuals across the lifespan and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.
This compilation of resources contains information from health information related to older adults to advanced care and caregiving resources.
A compilation of diabetes resources from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases from treatments and publications to prevention strategies and clinical trials.
This National center is home to the Medicare and Medicaid programs.