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APHA and the American Lung Association filed a lawsuit challenging EPA repeal of the Clean Power Plan
APHA’s Center for Climate, Health and Equity is proud to announce the 10 recipients of its Speak for Health Advocacy Bootcamp Scholarship.
EPA finalizes dangerous replacement for the Clean Power Plan
Funding proposal would strengthen key public health agencies with increases to HHS, CDC, HRSA and other programs
Laboratory practice book published as companion to CCDM
APHA testifies before Congress in support of a bill to protect the public from exposure to asbestos
APHA strongly supports funding increases for key public health agencies and programs outlined in the House Labor-HHS-Education fiscal year 2020 appropriations bill.
APHA applauds Reps. Pallone and Rep. Donna for introducing Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019
APHA and hundreds of partners across the country kicked off National Public Health Week, April 1-7, to celebrate and advocate for public health.
Oral health book presents a picture of need and a program of intervention
Proposed budget slashes public health funding, weakens U.S. ability to tackle public health challenges
Study offers a snapshot of children's environmental health services
Changes to the rule will make it harder for low-income women to access cancer screenings, STI treatment and testing, contraception and more.
William Carter Jenkins was an extraordinary public health leader and a lifelong advocate for addressing racism and eliminating health disparities.
Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge awards $1.5 million to local solutions addressing social determinants of health
AJPH publishes research on police-related deaths, homicide in Mexico, tobacco use in young adults, 1970's heroin intervention and more.
APHA recognizes the important work being done to heal the deeply rooted racial divisions that still exist in our country.
APHA states that funding the federal government through continuing resolutions is an inadequate answer to our country’s pressing public health needs.
Review guide helps professionals prepare for national certification
The administration and Congress’s inability to approve funds to keep the federal government open is unacceptable and poses a threat to public health.
APHA's Georges Benjamin calls ruling "a grave threat to public health"
APHA applauds Congress for passing a bill that protects SNAP and strengthens public health.
APHA opposes new rule, and urges administration to return to previous standards that reflected sound science
APHA and 14 other groups say weakening carbon pollution limits is a "step in the wrong direction"
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