CDC is an acronym for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a United States federal agency that is in charge of disease-related research, statistics, and health care information. It also presides over informing the public of health risks and breakouts of disease as well as emergency preparedness.
The CDC works to keep the citizens of the United States informed of diseases and health risks as well as new medical breakthroughs and treatment options. Topics that the CDC covers range from viral outbreaks to the most effective contraception methods. The CDC also oversees the research and safety of vaccines and child healthcare at school.