A new supplemental issue of the American Journal of Public Health unveils the latest in public health efforts and progress addressing homelessness.
A new issue of the American Journal of Public Health delves into discussing the latest progress and challenges of ethical research, particularly as it relates to minorities. Learn more about what the themed issue has to offer.
With more than a quarter of high school seniors driving after using drugs or alcohol, or riding in a car with a driver who did, O’Malley’s latest study investigates the prevalence of risky driving among our nation’s teens.
If you’re an American you’ve probably taken an antibiotic, and there’s a 50 percent chance you’ve done so when it was not necessary. According to new data released by CDC, overuse of antibiotics is not just unnecessary — it’s fatal.
A new report encourages the inclusion of people with disabilities in more mainstream public health practices and programs. Find out what's working and what more needs to be done in this new CDC report.
Public health workers have a tremendous opportunity to help bring health coverage to all Americans. But data released Tuesday show that we must act fast.
A new study from the American Journal of Public Health strives to understand the profile of smokers that use e-cigarettes as a means to quit. Read on to learn more about the study's findings.
A new study from the American Journal of Public Health surveyed McDonald's customers to determine whether providing recommended calorie information might improve diners' use of calorie-labeled menus. Read more to find out what the researchers learned.
New research investigates the deadly 2011 Alabama tornado outbreak and suggests ways to stay safe in future storms.
The impact of the Prevention and Public Health Fund, suggests a Trust for America’s Health report, may be determined by the future health of this generation’s children.
Today marks the close of Mental Health Month. This May, APHA and its American Journal of Public Health collaborated with the Carter Center on a very specific aspect of mental health: stigma.
A bump or blow to the head, especially for developing brains, can lead to injury and affect the normal function of the brain, putting youth, particularly those that play sports, at risk for traumatic brain injury. A new study from AJPH reviews and analyzes existing state laws working to prevent these very injuries.