AJPH News Releases

AJPHThe American Journal of Public Health  is the monthly journal of APHA. Celebrating more than 100 years, the Journal is dedicated to publishing original work in research, research methods and program evaluation in the field of public health. Our prestigious journal also regularly publishes editorials and commentaries and serves as a forum for the analysis of health policy.

The mission of the Journal is to advance public health research, policy, practice and education. All published papers have undergone rigorous peer review with only one of five submitted papers accepted for publication. Each month, the most influential public health professionals around the world turn to AJPH for the most current, authoritative, in-depth information in the field.

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Highlights from the American Journal of Public Health: April 2013

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FEB 15 2013

News release for the April 2013 issue of the American Journal of Public Health highlighting studies on alcohol and cancer deaths; open windows and low-birth weight; and alcohol outlets and drug markets to map violent crimes.

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Highlights from the American Journal of Public Health: March 2013 issue

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JAN 18 2013

News release for the March 2013 issue of the American Journal of Public Health highlighting studies on perceptions of e-cigarettes; women teased about weight; and transit walkers increase.

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Highlights from the American Journal of Public Health: January 2013

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DEC 20 2012

News release for the January 2013 issue of the American Journal of Public Health highlighting studies on health disparities for those with HIV; media messages and safe sex among teens; and felony convictions among handgun licensees.

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Highlights from the American Journal of Public Health: February 2013 issue

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DEC 13 2012

News release for the February 2013 issue of the American Journal of Public Health highlighting studies on same-sex marriage and well being; dental exams for Medicaid children; and curtailing high school smoking.