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The Supreme Court will consider whether a Texas law harms women’s health and puts an undue burden on those seeking abortion care.
Public health workers in the Americas and beyond are on alert, following evidence that Zika — a mosquito-borne virus that is spreading explosively across the region — may be linked to serious birth defects.
APHA and public health deans, department chairs and faculty sent a clear message to the Supreme Court yesterday: Texas H.B. 2 must be reversed.
More than 13,000 attendees who came together at the APHA Annual Meeting in Chicago were urged to implement health in all policies in their everyday work. Read full meeting coverage in this story from The Nation's Health newspaper.
Maybe you want to turn on your favorite holiday television episode, movie or special. But take a closer look: You'll see that, to take a cue from "Love Actually," public health actually is all around us!
Learn more about the five-part webinar series APHA and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention co-sponsored about the agency's work.
Check out Public Health Newswire's top 10 stories from the past year. And let us know your favorite!
The annual report released today on the health status of every U.S. state celebrated meaningful progress but warned that rising drug deaths, obesity and child poverty are serious areas of concern.
AJPH study: Medicaid coverage linked to improved access to outpatient care, control of chronic disease
New research in the American Journal of Public Health highlights how the implementation of the Affordable Care Act is creating a healthier U.S.
Public health leaders rallied attendees to help create a healthier future during last week's closing session of APHA's Annual Meeting in Chicago.