For many people seeking health information, accessing it can be as easy as a Google search or watching a YouTube video. But it's not as easy for many deaf and hearing-impaired people.
Whether it was a Boston-born transgender patient or a Ugandan working in domestic servitude, Hanni Stoklosa has seen a variety of patients who were victims of sex or labor trafficking come through her emergency room.
Imprisonment is connected to a series of public health issues. But being pregnant and imprisoned adds another layer of complexity that has spent little time under the public health microscope.
Annual Meeting attendees got a chance to learn the layout of their host city of Denver and how it promotes health, thanks to an annual Section event.
When Hurricane Joaquin hovered over South Carolina in the fall of 2015 causing historic flooding, state residents — particularly in the Midlands region — had to quickly discover what they were made of.
Whether it’s the search for a new job or the search for new ways to improve their community’s health, there are many reasons why people attend the APHA Annual Meeting.
At today's National Student Meeting in Denver, public health students heard from Colorado public health workers on marijuana education, suicide prevention and moving their careers forward.
A foster child’s home may change often, but pediatrician Annalisa Behnken wants to make sure that wherever a child is living, her or his medical home stays consistent.
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