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The phrase, “…time is of the essence,” often rings true when working to protect people from health threats. It is especially true when caring for infants. Recently CDC launched a new app—Prevent Group B Strep (GBS) — specifically for busy health care providers on the go.

In the last year alone, the number of mobile visits to FDA.gov has nearly doubled, and now 25 percent of our visitors use a tablet or smartphone to access the site.

HHS challenged app developers to create new tools to help cancer survivors with the Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporting Survivors Challenge. And the winner is…

Use of app technology helps to bring greater transparency to payments and other financial interactions between doctors and health care industry.

The ‘Solve the Outbreak’ iPad App is now updated with twice as many outbreaks. Join the thousands who have already downloaded the app and try your hand at becoming a Disease Detective.

The way girls access the internet is changing so the Office of Women’s Health rebuilt girlshealth.gov in responsive design, making the site’s reliable, useful, and easy-to-understand health information more accessible for mobile users.

HHS is challenging app developers to create new tools to help cancer survivors with the Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporting Survivors Challenge.

Take action to improve your family's health by accessing customized prevention information & tips for each member of your family.

Game players can solve public health outbreaks as disease detectives in this new iPad app, Solve the Outbreak, from CDC.

In October, we relaunched Digital Strategy as a responsive design website. This is the 1st time the Digital Communications Division has launched a responsive design site.

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