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The Task Force finds insufficient evidence for an intervention approach when there is not enough evidence to recommend for or against use of an intervention. Brief guides written for public health practitioners, public health funders, and public health researchers outline how to interpret and use insufficient evidence findings.
Do you know what to do about the leading health conditions affecting women? Learn more about the Community Preventive Services Task Force (Task Force) findings that can be used to improve women’s health.
Two new publications are now available online—the evidence review and Task Force recommendation for electronic screening and brief interventions to prevent excessive alcohol use.
New publications feature the effectiveness evidence and Task Force findings for two interventions to prevent skin cancer.
School-based health centers for low-income children boost school performance and improve health prospects, says the Community Preventive Services Task Force.
Interventions have been shown to reduce sedentary screen time among children. Peer-reviewed journal publication now available online.
Learn about Community Preventive Services Task Force findings on coordinated school dismissals to reduce or delay spread of infection.
Task Force findings were used to prevent motor vehicle-related injury for the Hopi Tribe in Arizona and the Yurok Tribe Reservation in California.
One organization increased cancer screening rates and the other increased physical activity—both with Task Force findings. Read each story to learn more about their success.
Did you know The Community Guide could be used as an educational tool? Learn how professors at three different universities used The Community Guide in their classrooms.
A newly published systematic review shows that reducing patient out-of-pocket costs for medications can improve health.
Community Preventive Services Task Force Recommends Early Childhood Education Programs to Improve Health Outcomes
Early childhood education programs for low-income and minority children improve educational and health prospects, says the Community Preventive Services Task Force.
The San Diego Prevention Research Center used Task Force findings to increase physical activity among Latinos.
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Two Task Force recommendations and new publications about cardiovascular disease prevention and control are now available!