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Are we protecting our children?

Are we protecting our children?

APHA's Surili Patel discusses an upcoming report and webinar that will spotlight the Association's soon-to-be-released national review of environmental health services and protections for children.

Feb. 14. news: Cardiovascular health, pesticides, school shooting software, marijuana, superbug

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Feb. 13. news: Brucella outbreak, teen vaccines, maternal depression, vaccine exploitation, climate change

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Feb. 7 news: HIV plan, climate change, dementia, opioids, declining suicide rates

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Feb. 4. news: Cancer, Ebola vaccine, depression, typhus outbreak, cervical cancer

Feb. 4. news: Cancer, Ebola vaccine, depression, typhus outbreak, cervical cancer

Jan. 31 news: Climate change and health, extreme cold, vaping, heart disease, type 1 diabetes

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Jan. 28 news: Hedgehog salmonella, guns at home, obesity and climate, antibiotic resistance, HIV data leak

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Information on environmental health services for kids can be hard for parents to find: APHA review

Information on environmental health services for kids can be hard for parents to find: APHA review

A new report from APHA, “Protecting the Health of Children: A National Snapshot of Environmental Health Services,” will soon be released.
APHA Press releases Certified in Public Health Exam Review Guide

APHA Press releases Certified in Public Health Exam Review Guide

New review guide helps professionals prepare for certification in public health.
Lancet Countdown report tracks progress on health and climate change

Lancet Countdown report tracks progress on health and climate change

A new global report -- and its companion U.S. brief co-published with APHA -- underscores connection between climate change and health and outlines recommendations for action.
Free souvenirs, fun conversations at the Public Health Expo

Free souvenirs, fun conversations at the Public Health Expo

Visit the Public Health Expo and we promise you won't come away empty-handed or disappointed.
Q&A with All of Us Research Program's Kelly Gebo

Q&A with All of Us Research Program’s Kelly Gebo

Kelly Gebo, MD, MPH, chief medical and scientific officer with the All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health, discusses the landmark initiative and its significance for improving health research and outcomes.