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CDC Protecting People’s Health Everyday… Everywhere… Everyone Julie Louise Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention www.cdc.gov 1 800 CDC-INFO

Extreme Poverty: Numbers of Extreme Poor (estimated 1.1 billion people in 2001) : 

Extreme Poverty: Numbers of Extreme Poor (estimated 1.1 billion people in 2001) Millions Adapted from Sachs, J: The End of Poverty

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Storms, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Floods, Drought Extreme Climate

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Extremism

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Extreme Climate Extreme Poverty Extremism A Syndemic of Extreme Challenges

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RNC 2004 Aug 04 West Nile Virus Aug-Nov 02 Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster Feb 03 SARS Mar-Aug 03 Monkey Pox June-Aug 03 Northeast Blackout Aug 03 California Wildfires Oct-Nov 03 Ricin Tularemia Anthrax Oct-Nov 03 BSE Dec 03 Avian Influenza Jan-Mar 04 Guam Typhoon Feb 04 Ricin Domestic Response Feb 04 G8 Summit June 04 2004 Summer Olympics June 04 DNC 2004 July 04 Hurricanes (Charley, Frances, Ivan, Jean) Aug-Oct 04 West Nile Virus Aug-Nov 04 Influenza Vaccine Shortage Oct 04-05 Tsunami Dec 04-05t World Trade Center Sept 2001 Anthrax Attacks Oct-Nov 01 Influenza Sept 03 Hurricane Isabel Sept 03 Health Protection: Urgent Threats Hurricane Katrina Aug. 05 - present Marburg Virus Mar 05-Sept 05 Hurricane Rita Sept. 05 - present Hurricane Wilma Oct 04-Present Anytime…Anywhere…Anybody

Extreme Diet : 

Extreme Diet

Extreme Environment : 

Extreme Environment

Extreme Convenience : 

Extreme Convenience

Extreme Size: 

Extreme Size

Extreme Aging Percentage of U.S. Population over Age 65: 

Extreme Aging Percentage of U.S. Population over Age 65 Source: From Baby Boom to Elder Boom: Providing Health Care for an Aging Population Copyright 1996, Watson Wyatt Worldwide. 0 5 10 15 20 25 1930 1950 1970 1990 2010 2030 2050 Year Percentage of Population

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Extreme Size Extreme Environment Extreme Aging Another Syndemic of Extreme Challenges

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Health Protection: Urgent Realities Everyday…Everywhere…Everybody

Health Protection Challenges: Success Factors: 

Health Protection Challenges: Success Factors Commitment to a goal Connectivity Leaders / meta-leaders Multi-sector networks Capacity Strong science Big investment Sustainability Polio Eradication

CDC: Protecting Health for Life: 

CDC: Protecting Health for Life Collaborating to create the expertise, information, and tools that people and communities need to protect their health – through health promotion, prevention of disease, injury and disability, and preparedness for new threats

Healthy People in Every Stage of Life - All people, and especially those at greater risk of health disparities, will achieve their optimal lifespan with the best possible quality of health in every stage of life. : 

Healthy People in Every Stage of Life - All people, and especially those at greater risk of health disparities, will achieve their optimal lifespan with the best possible quality of health in every stage of life. “Start Strong”: Increase the number of infants and toddlers that have a strong start for healthy and safe lives. (Infants and Toddlers, ages 0-3 years). “Grow Safe and Strong”: Increase the number of children who grow up healthy, safe, and ready to learn. (Children, ages 4-11 years). “Achieve Healthy Independence”: Increase the number of adolescents who are prepared to be healthy, safe, independent, and productive members of society. (Adolescents, ages 12-19 years). “Live a Healthy, Productive, and Satisfying Life”: Increase the number of adults who are healthy and able to participate fully in life activities and enter their later years with optimum health. (Adults, ages 20-55 years). “Live, Better, Longer”: Increase the number of older adults who live longer, high-quality, productive, and independent lives. (Older Adults, ages 55 and over).

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Dr Edwin Trevathan

Healthy Infants: Preconception Health Promotion and Prevention: 

Healthy Infants: Preconception Health Promotion and Prevention www.ihealthrecord.org.

Folic Acid… All Women, Every Day! : 

Folic Acid… All Women, Every Day!

Healthy Infants: Maternal Health Promotion and Prevention: 

Healthy Infants: Maternal Health Promotion and Prevention From Vol. 18, No. 1, 1994 of the Journal Alcohol Health & Research World Fetal Alcohol Syndrome http://www.intellectualdisability.info/home.htm \ St. George’s University of London

Preventing Alcohol Exposed Pregnancies: 

Preventing Alcohol Exposed Pregnancies Am J Prev Med 2007;32(1):1–10 “A brief motivational intervention can reduce the risk of an alcohol-exposed pregnancy.”

Healthy Infants: Early Diagnosis: 

Healthy Infants: Early Diagnosis Fragile X It is the most common cause of inherited intellectual disability and is second only to Down's syndrome as the most common genetic cause of intellectual disability. Down’s Syndrome

Healthy Infants: Early Diagnosis and Intervention: 

Healthy Infants: Early Diagnosis and Intervention Newborns with Down’s Syndrome: Screening Cardiac Gastrointestinal Visual Feeding Congenital hypothyroidism Congenital hip dislocation

Healthy Children: Early Diagnosis and Intervention: 

Healthy Children: Early Diagnosis and Intervention Health Promotion for Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Physical Growth Fitness / nutrition Developmental Assessment Sensory deficits Gastrointestinal disorders Dental care Mental health Hypothyroidism Infection prevention

Healthy Adolescents : 

Healthy Adolescents Health Promotion for Adolescents with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Menarche / menstruation Sexuality Pregnancy Physical / Sexual abuse Fitness / nutrition Bone health Dental care Mental health Hypothyroidism Dermatologic conditions Infection prevention

Health Promotion and Special Olympiads: 

Health Promotion and Special Olympiads

Healthy Adults : 

Healthy Adults Health Promotion for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Fitness / nutrition Bone health Dental care Mental health Dementia Screenings Infection prevention Sexuality Pregnancy Physical / Sexual abuse Caregivers / Elder care

Health Protection Challenges: Success Factors: 

Health Protection Challenges: Success Factors Commitment to a goal Connectivity Leaders / meta-leaders Multi-sector networks Capacity Strong science Big investment Sustainability Healthy People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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CDC: Protecting People’s Health Everyday, everywhere, everyone... anytime, anyplace, anyone. www.cdc.gov 1 800 CDC-INFO

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