We know countless ways that racism harms our nation’s health. What may not be widely understood is the racism that isn’t seen can be the most destructive.
Maybe you let your membership lapse, or maybe you've been toying with the idea of joining, but haven't put pen to paper — or fingers to keyboard — quite yet. Whatever your reasons, it's time to commit to public health by becoming a member of APHA.
Between U.S. Supreme Court justices and the Food and Drug Administration’s chief officer, APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, has again been recognized as one of health care’s foremost leaders.
Check out today's public health news on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015.
We can’t believe it’s August already, but we’re ready for National Immunization Awareness Month. You probably know something about vaccines, but we all need to make sure we’re up to date. So remind the people you care about with our new e-card, just in time for flu season.
You can buy a lot of “I love public health” T-shirts for $115-120. Or you can save that much money by registering today for our Annual Meeting and Exposition in Chicago.
Public health may be a “dirty word” to people not in the public health community.
Since 1999, Jon Stewart has been the most trusted comedian in nightly news. As he steps down from behind "The Daily Show's" desk this week, we remember some of his greatest public health hits.
Imagine 13,000 people wearing a shirt that says: “I love public health.” APHA’s 143rd Annual Meeting in Chicago might make it happen.
Check out public health lessons learned from the past MERS outbreak in August's edition of The Nation's Health, APHA's newspaper.
This summer, tell Congress why strong investments in public health are necessary for the U.S. to create the healthiest nation in one generation.
Public health is many things. It’s prevention, it’s preparedness — and it’s certainly planning.