APHA joined more than 60 national, state and local organizations on Tuesday on a letter of opposition to a five-year farm bill proposed in May by the U.S. House of Representatives and debated in the House this week.
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As bacteria grow increasingly resistant to antibiotics, scientists have warned that the federal government must take steps to keep people safe. On June 6, Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah, introduced a bill to encourage antibiotic research.
June 12 news: Veteran Affairs hires mental health professionals, age restrictions on morning-after pill dropped, New York reintroduces soda ban
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On Monday, three U.S. senators sent a letter to cable-TV network Nickelodeon and its parent company, Viacom Inc., in an effort to change their marketing of unhealthy food to children.
A new standard published Monday will serve as a blueprint for ensuring the health and safety of U.S. homes.
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The impact of the Prevention and Public Health Fund, suggests a Trust for America’s Health report, may be determined by the future health of this generation’s children.
The future of public health education will soon have a new name and greater reach.
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