CDC campaign hopes to make U.S. a healthier nation
USA Today, July 8, 2008
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has launched the "Healthiest Nation Campaign," a program that will try to keep Americans healthy by integrating health into social policies across all sectors and at all levels of government. Julie Gerberding, director of the CDC, will speak about the program at "Shaping Policy for a Healthier Nation," a conference in Washington, DC. More than 300 leaders from a variety of fields, including business, non-profit groups, healthcare, sports and entertainment, are expected to attend.
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