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APHA commits to promoting racial healing.
APHA urges House to oppose Senate measure, protect ACA
APHA's letter to Congress strongly opposes repealing or weakening the ACA
Children who are sexually abused or who witness violence are more likely to inject drugs in adulthood, according to new research released today at the 2016 APHA Annual Meeting and Expo.
APHA's 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo will feature the latest in public health practice and science
Marketing for baby and toddler foods often contradicts health professionals’ advice, featuring messages that promote manufactured foods as better alternatives than breastfeeding or homemade food, according to new research released at APHA 2016.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, increased the stress levels of community residents, according to new research released at APHA 2016.
New policy statements address minimum wage, harmful chemicals and transgender and gender diverse health.
State marijuana laws appear to have a big impact on whether residents choose to smoke, according to new research released at APHA 2016.
A new cell phone app specializing in sports injury detection captured 99 percent more symptoms for college athletes than traditional sports medicine surveillance, according to new research released at APHA 2016.
A Zika outbreak forced one Texas county to quickly mount a public health response.
Courts in Rhode Island rarely require abusers to turn in their firearms, even when orders prohibit them from possessing firearms under federal law and there is evidence they pose a lethal risk to victims, according to research presented at APHA 2016.
The 2016 APHA Annual Meeting begins Oct. 29
Our 2016 public health award winners
The Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge finalists are announced
Remarks of Georges C. Benjamin, MD, executive director, American Public Health Association, during a Capitol Hill news conference.
Registration is open for APHA 2016
The Mapping Broadband Health in America tool will help address disparities
Florida cases underscore need for funding, response
APHA will examine environmental public health systems in all 50 states
APHA says House Labor-HHS appropriations bill falls far short.
APHA expressed great disappointment at Congress' failing to fund Zika outbreak response before going on seven-week recess.
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