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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"
APHA applauds the introduction of the Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2018 in the Senate.
APHA strongly supports the key concerns and need for action expressed in the report.
New research presented today at APHA 2018 reveals new information about the role pharmaceutical fentanyl may be playing in the opioid crisis, linking prescriptions for fentanyl to overdose deaths.
New research presented today at APHA 2018 revealed that the effects of the #MeToo movement include both health benefits and concerns for men and women.
New research presented today at APHA 2018 revealed that adults with disabilities are at a relatively high risk of opioid misuse.
Read summaries of 2018 APHA policy statements adopted by the Governing Council in San Diego.
New research from APHA 2018 shows SNAP participation declined in the first half of 2018 among immigrant families, following 10 years of increasing participation from 2007 through 2017.
Research presented at APHA 2018 found higher fear if crime among college students of color.
Today, 12,000 public health professionals and hundreds of exhibitors will gather in San Diego to discuss and present the latest research and priorities in public health at APHA’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Expo.
APHA grieves for those killed and affected by last night’s shooting in Thousand Oaks, California. We condemn this act of extreme violence.
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