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The American Public Health Association denounces the use of violent methods by law enforcement against peaceful protesters.
Schools should embrace their local communities’ regulations to safely protect against COVID-19 and have plans in place to prevent a campus-wide outbreak
While the coronavirus pandemic is keeping people home and apart, it shouldn’t stop them from preparing for this year’s potentially devastating hurricane season.
Statement from APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD
Launch of healthyvoting.org comes ahead of the June 2 and June 9 primaries
Virtual graduation event aims to amplify the voices of women leaders, especially women of color
“This week, we’re approaching a sorrowful milestone: The number of people in the U.S. who have died from COVID-19 will soon reach 100,000."
Handbook gives guidance for communities as spring flooding becomes an increasing concern
“We have faith in CDC as a paragon of our institutional response to this pandemic,” said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD.
U.S. Hispanics need better access to culturally appropriate, science-based information on coronavirus
New COVID-19 emergency legislation will provide "critical resources and support"
Loss of ACA in the midst of a global pandemic "would be a calamity"
Public health and safety must be paramount when taking action to reopen the nation during the coronavirus pandemic
“Right now, everyone knows someone who is struggling with mental health, if they aren’t struggling themselves.”
We can still show thankfulness and appreciation for all the moms in our life
These 2020 graduates have shown resilience and spirit, even as their lives and studies were interrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
APHA's president shares tips for connecting to the outdoors during widespread isolation
Rule "goes against scientific evidence and devalues and endangers the health of babies, children, pregnant women and many other vulnerable populations."
Ending U.S. contributions to WHO will cripple the world's response to COVID-19
Statement calls for "stronger limits on particulate matter air pollution to protect public health."
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