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A new conclusion linking the Zika virus to microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects gives added urgency to the need for emergency funding to prepare for and respond to the Zika virus.
APHA joins national health and medical organizations to release a joint Declaration on Climate Change and Health, urging immediate action to address the health impacts of climate change.
Aetna, APHA and NACo luanch the $1.5 million Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge on April 4, 2016.
APHA applauds rule to reduce workers' exposure to silica
A statement from APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin
Following is a statement on the passing of Quentin Young, MD, former president of the American Public Health Association, issued by Georges C. Benjamin, MD, executive director of APHA.
APHA voiced deep disappointment today over the Supreme Court’s decision to stay the Clean Power Plan pending the outcome of ongoing litigation.
APHA voiced some opposition to public health funding cuts in President Obama's fiscal year 2017 funding request
APHA strongly supports new surge in funding to protect against Zika virus.
APHA supports the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee’s bipartisan measure to reauthorize our nation’s child nutrition programs, which include school breakfasts and lunches
APHA strongly supports new executive actions to prevent gun violence
The Paris Agreement addresses climate change worldwide by establishing a long-term framework to reduce carbon emissions.
The Association's 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition brought 13,000 public health professionals to Chicago
dolescents who use alcohol and other drugs – both with and without a parent’s knowledge – experience negative consequences
One in three college freshmen lack consistent access to adequate foods, study finds
New policies address abortion access, climate change and human trafficking
TV binge-watching is connected to negative health effects
Study finds people with poor knowledge of the ACA are more likely to have a negative opinion of the law
Study finds mothers with low milk supply can find support via social media
The nation's public health leaders will address top health challenges at APHA's 143rd Annual Meeting in Chicago. These highlights are a preview for members of the media.
APHA thanks the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for releasing its rule to strengthen national air quality standards for ozone pollution.
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