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APHA strongly opposes White House plan to cut nearly $18 billion for the current fiscal year from a range of public health programs
APHA opposes executive order signed by President Trump that would gut clean air and climate protections
APHA Executive Director George C. Benjamin's statement on pulling the American Health Care Act from consideration by the House of Representatives
APHA voiced strong opposition to the extreme funding cuts outlined in President Donald Trump’s fiscal year 2018 budget request.
APHA says CBO analysis shows ACA replacement bill is a health policy disaster
APHA opposes plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.
APHA is deeply concerned about the public health implications of policies put forward by the Trump administration that seek to limit human rights and create barriers to health equity.
An executive order signed by President Donald Trump directs federal agencies to eliminate two public protections for every new rule put in place.
Event will focus on nexus of climate change and public health.
APHA's opposes reinstatement of "global gag rule"
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
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.
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.
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
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