Despite a challenging year for APHA and other advocates, a number of measures were advanced in 2016 that will improve the health of all Americans.
APHA adopted 11 new policy statements today during its 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo in Denver.
To scientists and health professionals, colistin is considered a last-resort antibiotic to treat the most aggressive infections.
As drunken driving crashes continue to decrease nationwide, a new roadway risk is growing — and there is no national guideline to corral it.
In the past 24 hours, both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives voted to pass legislation that included $1.1 billion in funding to combat the ongoing Zika epidemic through fiscal year 2017. Photo by Wally Gobetz, courtesy Flickr
A pediatrician and civil engineer who helped sound the alarm over elevated blood-lead levels in Flint, Michigan, are among this year's honorees who will be recognized during APHA's 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo.
Health equity is one of APHA’s guiding priorities, but public health isn’t the only profession working to create a nation where everyone gets a fair chance to lead a healthy life. Lawyers are on the front lines, too.
Public health investments are paying off for 50 U.S. communities today, literally.
APHA cannot possibly express enough gratitude for our members, public health champions who improve health and well-being worldwide. But our staff can invite you to make the most of your APHA membership.
Public health isn’t alone in the fight against Zika.
Seeking a who’s who in health care? Look no further than Modern Healthcare’s annual recognition program.