The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was created in 1970. It encompasses a number of offices and institutes, including:
Government Documents provides access to an extensive collection of CDC publications, including the following series:
Vital and health statistics (HE 20.6209:) Individual titles within this series provide statistics from a variety of surveys.
Vital statistics of the United States (HE 20.6210:) Data on births, deaths, marriages, divorces, infant mortality, and other vital statistics.
Morbidity and mortality weekly report (HE 20.7009:) Weekly reports on disease outbreaks, deaths, etc.
NIOSH alerts (HE 20.7123:) Describes workplace hazards.
Health information for international travel (Yellow Book) (HE 20.7315:) Provides information on immunizations and other health precautions for travelers.