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Your Digestive System & How it Works

gallbladder  bacteria  patients  APPENDIX  mouth  stomach  liver  microbiome  Digestive Diseases  Rectum  Anus  Small Intestine  Pancreas  Esophagus  Digestion  GI Tract  Gastrointestinal Tract  Large Intestine  nutrients  health professionals 

Overview of the digestive system—how food moves through each part of the GI tract to help break down food for energy, growth, and cell repair.

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CDCynergy Lite - Appendix

CDC  APPENDIX  health marketing  health communications  CDCynergy Lite  Gateway to Health Communication and Social Marketing Practice 

Gateway to Health Communication - CDCynergy Lite, appendix

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Appendix A: How the Recommendations Were Developed

recommendations  APPENDIX  were  developed 

The recommendations were developed jointly under the auspices of CDC's Division of Reproductive Health (DRH) and the Office of Population Affairs (OPA), in consultation with a wide range of experts and key stakeholders. A multistage process that drew on established procedures for developing clinical guidelines (1,2) was used to develop the recommendations. In April 2010, an Expert Work Group (EWG) comprising family planning clinical providers, program administrators, representatives from relevant federal agencies, and representatives from professional medical organizations was created to advise OPA and CDC on the structure and content of the revised recommendations and to help make the recommendations more feasible and relevant to the needs of the field.

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MMWR - Recommendations and Reports - APPENDIX A - March 22, 2013

march  recommendations  MMWR  reports  APPENDIX 

Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file. For assistance, please send e-mail to: mmwrq@cdc.gov.

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