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The NICHD prepares video and audio clips to explain scientific advances or to enhance news-related items about its research. The collection of these files is listed below.

For additional videos, check out the NICHD's YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/NICHDVideos External Web Site Policy

Videos
Podcasts and Audio
Infographics
Twitter Chats

Videos

Podcasts and Audio

Infographics

  • Infographic: Healthy Pregnancy: Get the Facts (1250px x 2870px)

    Infographic: Healthy Pregnancy: Get the Facts

  • Infographic: Dads—Help Baby Sleep Safe (1250px x 3000px)

    Infographic: Dads—Help Baby Sleep Safe

  • Women's Health Infographic: Conception (1250px x 3000px)

    Women's Health Infographic: Conception

  • Women's Health Infographic: Ovulation (1250px x 3000px)

    Women's Health Infographic: Ovulation

  • Infertility Awareness Infographic (1000px x 5287px)

    Infertility Awareness Infographic

  • Let Baby Set the Delivery Date Infographic (600px x 1243px) from the National Child & Maternal Health Education Program

    Spread the Word Infographic

  • Safe Sleep for Your Baby Horizontal Infographic (3600px x 2700px) from the Safe to Sleep® Campaign

    Safe Sleep for Your Baby Horizontal Infographic

  • Safe Sleep for Your Baby Vertical Infographic (1245px x 7079px) from the Safe to Sleep® Campaign

    Safe Sleep for Your Baby Vertical Infographic

  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) by Age Infographic (2700px x 3600px) from the Safe to Sleep® Campaign

    SIDS by Age Infographic

  • Create a Safe Sleep Environment for Your Baby Infographic (3600px x 4800px) from the Safe to Sleep® Campaign




Twitter Chats

Pregnancy – August 28, 2014; 2 p.m. EDT

The NICHD will host a #pregnancychat to discuss ways parents-to-be and healthcare providers can increase the chance of a healthy pregnancy for mom and baby. Chat topics will include prenatal care, pregnancy risks, maintaining a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy, common pregnancy myths, and labor and delivery.

Chat co-hosts will include the FDA Office of Women's Health (@FDAWomenExternal Web Site Policy) and March of Dimes (@modhealthtalkExternal Web Site Policy). 

Join the conversation with the hashtag #pregnancychat! 


Here's a selection of previous Twitter chats NICHD has participated in:

Men's Health/Minority Health – June 23, 2014External Web Site Policy
In observance of Men's Health Month, the HHS Office of Minority Health (@MinorityHealthExternal Web Site Policy) hosted a Twitter chat on men's health focused on minority men. Government offices, non-government organizations, medical experts, and professional athletes participated in the hour-long discussion, using the hashtag #ManUpChat.

Men's Health – June 4, 2014External Web Site Policy
HealthCentral hosted a men's #HealthTipsChat to encourage men of all ages to take charge of their health. The chat was moderated by the Men's Health Network (@MensHlthNetworkExternal Web Site Policy).

Postpartum Depression – May 15, 2014External Web Site Policy
In recognition of National Women's Health Week, the National Institute of Mental Health (@NIMHgovExternal Web Site Policy) hosted a Twitter chat on postpartum depression. NIMH expert Dr. Peter Schmidt was on hand to discuss the topic and answer questions, using the hashtag #NIMHchats.

Women's Health – May 13, 2014External Web Site Policy
During National Women's Health Week, the NICHD participated in a Twitter chat to raise awareness about proactive steps women can take to improve their health. The chat was hosted by Everyday Health (@EverydayHealthExternal Web Site Policy), using hashtag #HealthTalk.

Infertility – April 23, 2014External Web Site Policy
During National Infertility Awareness Week, the NICHD hosted an #InfertilityChat to raise awareness about infertility, treatment options, and research.

Chat co-hosts included:

  • The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Women's Health (@womenshealthExternal Web Site Policy)
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (@CDCChronicExternal Web Site Policy)
  • The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (@ReprodmedExternal Web Site Policy)
  • RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association (@ResolveorgExternal Web Site Policy)

Teen Nutrition – January 22, 2014External Web Site Policy
The Office of Adolescent Health (@TeenHealthGovExternal Web Site Policy) hosted a #TeenNutrition chat to discuss best practices in nutrition for all adolescents, and what youth-serving programs and professionals can do to help teens adopt and maintain healthy nutrition habits.

Chat co-hosts included:

  • The NICHD (@NICHD_NIHExternal Web Site Policy)
  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (@USDANutritionExternal Web Site Policy)
  • The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (@NIH_NHLBIExternal Web Site Policy)
  • The HHS Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (@healthfinderExternal Web Site Policy)
  • Taylor Wolfram, M.S., R.D., Evidence-Based Practice Manager for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (@TaylorEatRightExternal Web Site Policy)

Bullying Prevention – October 29, 2013External Web Site Policy
The National Institute of Mental Health (@NIMHgovExternal Web Site Policy) and NICHD co-hosted a Twitter chat in recognition of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. NIMH's Dr. Christopher Sarampote and NICHD's Dr. Valerie Maholmes and Dr. Layla Esposito helped field questions, using the hashtag #NIMHchats.

Last Updated Date: 08/22/2014
Last Reviewed Date: 08/22/2014
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