CDC Issues Guidelines for Preconception Care of Women

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and a select panel of external partners issued guidelines for preconception care of women, emphasizing the importance of providing this type of care in the primary care setting. The new national recommendations, which are published in the January-February issue of Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, aim to improve preconception health and healthcare in response to unfavorable aspects of the health status of women and children in the United States.


In order to proceed further, you need to have an account on IDG.
Create a new account now

Registered users, you can login below to access this page.