EPA has announced that hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as fracking, has the potential to affect drinking water sources in the U.S.
Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention chats with APHA TV about being more proactive in engaging populations in creating and implementing solutions to our big health problems.
During APHA 2016, APHA TV interviewed Karen Onyeije, associate general counsel at the Federal Communications Commission, about the agency’s Connect2HealthFCC Task Force.
Public health leader Anthony Iton discusses the intersections between education, health and longevity.
Former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher talks to APHA TV and calls for engaging medical schools to achieve health equity.
CDC Director Tom Frieden talks to APHA TV about health care, opioids and the future of public health.
There are few better places to present your public health research than APHA’s Annual Meeting and Expo.
What do you get when the nation’s three largest public health associations come together to discuss health equity? Inspired, motivated and compelled to action.
Some our favorite #APHA2016 tweets as we say good-bye to Denver.
One last look at all the smiling faces from the APHA 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo in Denver.
Media. It’s everywhere these days. So, it’s not surprising that it impacts our health and behaviors as well as our perception of serious public health problems.
A big thank you to all the Annual Meeting attendees who participated in this year's APHA 2016 Steps Challenge!