APHA spoke to National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Director Pat Breysse, who will introduce the agency in today’s webinar from 1:30-2:30 p.m. EDT.
Each day during National Public Health Week, Public Health Newswire featured guest commentary from our members focusing on the day’s theme. Today's submissions promoted Friday's theme, “Building on 20 years of success.”
To honor Public Health Student Day, Stuart Portman, an MPH candidate from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, shared his thoughts with Public Health Newswire on how the U.S. can build the healthiest nation.
To honor Public Health Student Day, Margaret Liu, an MPH candidate from Western University in Canada, shared her thoughts with Public Health Newswire on what public health means to her program — and how a hometown “heartthrob” has helped her colleagues build a public health movement.
During National Public Health Week, APHA and EPA are shining a light on the harmful health effects of climate change and making the case for strong climate action.
Colleen Haskins, MPH, spoke to Public Health Newswire about the Geographic Health Equity Alliance and its partnership with National Public Health Week.
Gary Goldbaum, MD, MPH, health officer and director of Washington's Snohomish Health District, talked his state's health systems transformation.
Public Health Newswire caught up with RWJF Interim Vice President of Program Portfolios Michelle A. Larkin to discuss the 2015 County Health Rankings.
A fan of APHA’s Facebook page and commenter on one of our posts, Kansas resident Jenny Stronstad, shared her ACA story with Public Health Newswire.
In his third annual “state of public health” address for Public Health Newswire, CDC Director Tom Frieden tackles a smorgasbord of pressing health issues. Photo courtesy CDC/ Kathryn Foti
Super Bowl XLIX is just two days away, but the greatest NFL news story is about a public health hero — not a deflated football.
Paid sick leave. Reproductive care. Climate change. Ebola. And of course, the Affordable Care Act. President Barack Obama highlighted key public health issues last night in his 2015 State of the Union address last night.