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New guide shows health departments how to elevate climate change and health equity
Statement from APHA, American Lung Association, Allergy & Asthma Network, Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Center for Climate Change and Health, Children's Environmental Health Network, Health Care Without Harm, National Association of County and City Health Officials and National Environmental Health Association
Links to assessment of Kavanaugh's stance on public health issues, letter to senators
Joint news release from 69 groups opposing proposed EPA rule that would restrict science
APHA today expressed its opposition to a partisan bill that fails to adequately fund public health.
AJPH posts an increase in total cites and impact factor since 2016
Statement from APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD
APHA reacts to the Senate Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill.
The Trump administration’s policy of separating parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border will have a dire impact on their health, both now and into the future
APHA expressed its support for the Senate’s proposed Farm Bill.
Historic research effort aims to advance precision medicine
New book from APHA Press maximizes opportunities to improve maternal and child health
New report from APHA highlights efforts to meet the health challenges of climate change
APHA opposes the proposed Farm Bill, which cuts SNAP benefits.
Communities nationwide to celebrate public health accomplishments, take action on public health priorities.
Congress has shown a commitment to improving the health of all communities.
APHA looks forward to working with Robert Redfield, MD, following his appointment as the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Free access to published, peer-reviewed firearms research will enhance public knowledge, encourage action and promote evidence-based conversations about firearm violence prevention policy.
Extreme funding cuts outlined in the president’s fiscal year 2019 budget request would devastate vital public health programs.
"We look forward to working with Congress as they finalize appropriations for FY 2018 to create new investments in public health.”
Repeated threats to the Prevention and Public Health Fund are unacceptable.
APHA celebrates the life of our former colleague and friend, a giant in the public health field.
APHA looks forward to working with Alex Azar as he leads U.S. Department of Health and Human Services efforts to protect the health of all Americans.
APHA states that funding the federal government through continuing resolutions is an inadequate answer to our country’s pressing public health needs.
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