CDC's Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention works to improve cardiovascular health through public health strategies and policies that promote healthy lifestyles and behaviors, healthy environments and communities, and access to early and affordable detection and treatment. CDC employs science, connections, and action to prevent, detect, and improve standards of care for heart disease and stroke and to reduce associated health disparities. CDC provides funding, technical support, and resources to state health departments, tribes, and other partners.
CDC-INFO PUBLICATIONS on heart diseases and stroke can be ordered at http://wwwn.cdc.gov/pubs/dhdsp.aspx
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