Read more about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and APHA's resources to help eliminate the disease, in The Nation's Health January 2015 issue.
Using Twitter has been known to help people gain followers, friends and even employment. But a new study says tweeting can help users lose something equally important — extra pounds.
Public health champion Rep. Rosa DeLauro was honored as APHA's Legislator of the Year in 2012. Find out what inspires her and why she feels public health advocacy — from town hall to the halls of Congress — is so important.
As a county health director in Wisconsin, Gretchen Sampson helped create a preparedness consortium that has become a national model for health departments and was recently awarded by APHA for her work. Hear why she says advancing information technology is critical to public health. Photo courtesy EZ Event Photography
Read our exclusive interview with Paul Walker, PhD, winner of the 2012 Sidel-Levy Award for Peace, as he shares his thoughts on about the intersection of public health and peace. Photo courtesy EZ Event Photography
In case you missed it, catch up on full coverage of APHA's 140th Annual Meeting on our blog.
At Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, all first-year students participate in a “great problems” seminar focusing on issues such as food sustainability, the world’s water supply or chronic disease.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health problem that can occur after a stressful event like war, assault or disaster, and lead to other health problems. Learn about this growing concern and its impact on our military veterans in a Memorial Day Q&A with epidemiologist and author Steven Coughlin.
Sharon Eubanks, the attorney who took on the tobacco industry and won, talks about the case, attacks from the industry and how to prevent history from repeating itself in a Q&A with Public Health Newswire. Eubanks is co-author of "Bad Acts: The Racketeering Case Against the Tobacco Industry."