In a conversation with APHA, Dr. Leana Wen explained the Baltimore City Health Department’s response to health emergencies after recent civil unrest.
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May 21 news: WHO, childhood vaccine reduces cancer risk, healthy states for seniors, health workers under threat
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“It doesn’t have to do with how many mosquito bites you have,” Marc Fischer of the CDC said Tuesday of mosquito-borne illnesses such as dengue and chikungunya. “You get bitten, get an infection and it all has to do with how your body responds.”
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Grantmakers In Health, or GIH, is a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations and corporate giving programs improve the health of all people. APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, shared his thoughts with GIH on civil unrest, health equity and social justice.
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May 18 news: Doctor payments for pills, online health information, ending vaccination belief waivers in California
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May 15 news: APHA and ATSDR webinar on environmental health, mosquito-borne disease, vaccine exemptions
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APHA's Get Ready campaign offers tips to prepare you for hurricanes, also known in different geographic areas as typhoons or cyclones.
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