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Twitter is an online micro-blogging and social networking Web site that is used to provide information, commentary and descriptions of events and highlight certain audio or video content. Twitter users send updates, or "tweets," that are 140 characters or less in length. Individual users can "follow" another users' updates.
Buttons and Badges
Buttons and badges share health messages and information about campaigns and causes online. These graphic elements can be posted to any web site, blog, social networking profile, or email signature and link users to more information.
Widgets are applications that anyone can display on their website or blog. These widgets are automatically updated to display featured content, so you always have up-to-date, credible health and safety content.
Public Health Matters Blog
Blogs, or Web logs, are regularly updated online journals that allows information-sharing in a way that encourages readers to comment and engage with the content. "In this blog, we share our public health passions about the evolution of public health and the continual strides that are being made to protect and save lives through education, awareness, research, and promoting healthy lifestyles. We look forward to listening to our communities for greater transparency and accountability." - RADM Ali S. Khan
Electronic greeting cards, or eCards, are in inexpensive and effective way to encourage healthy behavior and communicate health messages to individuals. Send a colorful greeting with a personal message to someone today!
Page last updated March 7, 2013
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