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March for Science’s Week of Action: How public health can get involved

March for Science’s Week of Action: How public health can get involved

Public Health Newswire interviewed Caroline Weinberg, interim executive director of the March for Science about the Week of Action.
APHA and others join AMR Challenge, commit to making progress on global antimicrobial resistance

APHA and others join AMR Challenge, commit to making progress on global antimicrobial resistance

The AMR Challenge, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, launched Tuesday with a commitment from APHA and others.
Global climate action: A public health imperative

Global climate action: A public health imperative

Highlights from the Global Climate and Health Forum
What does Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination mean for public health?

What does Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination mean for public health?

Here’s a summary of key findings from APHA’s brief.
It's time for local health departments to act on climate change

It’s time for local health departments to act on climate change

Climate Change, Health and Equity: A Guide for Local Health Departments
NPHW celebrations highlight importance of public health

NPHW celebrations highlight importance of public health

Throughout 2018’s National Public Health Week, public health advocates and allies across the country went the distance to celebrate public health successes, highlight strengths and focus on the future. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
New APHA report: Can leveraging women’s health care narrow gaps in black men’s health?

New APHA report: Can leveraging women’s health care narrow gaps in black men’s health?

A new APHA brief discusses an innovative strategy to narrow gaps in black men's health.
Considering the individual in context for better health

Considering the individual in context for better health

Insight into APHA Press' newest book release
President’s proposed budget disastrous for public health

President’s proposed budget disastrous for public health

The White House Office of Management and Budget outlined the Trump administration’s proposed spending for the upcoming fiscal year. In it, there are extreme cuts to critical public health programs and services, according to a report in the latest issue of The Nation's Health.
Communities recognized for work to improve public health

Communities recognized for work to improve public health

Communities are going above and beyond to focus their work around local social determinants of health as part of the Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge. Read about their efforts in this story from The Nation's Health.
APHA supports the March for Science

APHA supports the March for Science

Every day, APHA members and supporters fight for public health practices and policy that are backed by science, not opinion. Here’s a few reasons why public health supports the March for Science.
The Nation’s Health special section addresses preventing sexual assaults

The Nation’s Health special section addresses preventing sexual assaults

With a rise in national conversation about sexual violence, The Nation’s Health newspaper devoted a special section addressing the issue and sharing health strategies that work to prevent it.