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E-cigarettes, the Affordable Care Act and climate change are just some of the many hot topics on the agenda for the American Public Health Association’s 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition in Chicago, Oct. 31-Nov. 4.
APHA commends the White House and the Environmental Protection Agency for their release of the Clean Power Plan today.
Ruling to overturn same-sex marriage bans will improve health outcomes for LGB population
APHA opposes FY16 legislation that would cut funding for programs and services critical to public health
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the administration in King v. Burwell, which maintains subsidies for Americans who gained health coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace
APHA proudly participates in the White House Public Health and Climate Change summit joining leaders from academia, medicine, health and government to address climate change and its impacts on health.
Legislation would defund Affordable Care Act programs and family planning services.
FDA announces the removal of partially hydrogenated oils from the nation's food supply
APHA voices opposition to the budget amendment passed by the House of Representatives
Communities nationwide to celebrate public health accomplishments, mobilize US to become an even healthier nation.
1,076 Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Public Health Professionals from all 50 states and the District of Columbia sent letter to EPA Administrator McCarthy calling for most protective ozone air quality standard to protect public health
APHA applauds Senate confirmation of Vivek Murthy as U.S. surgeon general
The 25th anniversary edition of America's Health Rankings
News release urging confirmation of Vivek Murthy as U.S. surgeon general
The American Public Health Association welcomes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to strengthen national air quality standards for ozone pollution, which will provide Americans with much-needed protection from ozone pollution’s dangerous health impacts.
The American Public Health Association voiced its strong support today for the Food and Drug Administration’s new rule requiring that nutrition information be posted on menus and menu boards in chain restaurants and other food retailers, as required by the Affordable Care Act.
Cesarean section deliveries in the U.S. are associated with high household income, few minorities and below-average education, a study found.
Citywide access to supermarkets in new Orleans is back to pre-Katrina levels.
The Association's 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition brought 12,500 public health professionals to New Orleans
Alcohol tax increases reduce excessive alcohol use and may lead to a small increase in jobs, a study found.
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