Despite spending more on health care than any country in the world and being home to some of the best, most cutting-edge medicine, the U.S. ranks 34th in life expectancy. Find out about "Public Health 3.0" in The Nation's Health July 2016 issue.
It’s hard to return from a long holiday weekend to the daily grind, no matter how much you love your work. But it’s not so bad when you realize that registration for APHA’s 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo is now open!
The Nation's Health reports a new effort has joined the movement to tackle the social determinants of health — and it comes with $1.5 million in prizes.
If you’re looking for ways to support the next generation of public health leaders, the APHA Leadership Challenge is a perfect fit.
Ever wonder where the hundreds of fascinating APHA Annual Meeting scientific sessions actually come from? The answer is pretty simple.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx spoke to The Nation's Health, APHA's newsaper, about the role of transportation in public health.
Public health leaders rallied attendees to help create a healthier future during last week's closing session of APHA's Annual Meeting in Chicago.
The theme of “Health In All Policies” will provide a backdrop for APHA’s 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition, which will gather in the windy city of Chicago next week.
The leaves are falling, the air feels cooler and the grocery stores are filled with orange pumpkins and bite-sized candy bars. It all points to one much-anticipated event.
When Megan Weil Latshaw describes herself as an environmental health practitioner, people assume she is in the forest tracking endangered species.
Check out National Public Health Week's community event in July's edition of The Nation's Health, APHA's newspaper.