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Arizona association fights for science as COVID-19 surges across state
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Aaron Warnick

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September 16, 2020

“Sometimes you can gain ground with a soft word or a letter...and then sometimes it takes a little bad press,” said Arizona Public Health Association Executive Director Will Humble.
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Oral health working to protect staff, patients from pandemic
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Aaron Warnick

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August 26, 2020

“There is a tremendous amount of risk there, and providers have had to adjust practice based off a lot of unknowns with this virus," Josefine Ortiz Wolfe said
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Coronavirus / Health Equity


Help find a vaccine for COVID-19
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Donya Currie

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August 18, 2020

Adults 18 and older needed for clinical prevention studies
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All Things APHA / Coronavirus / Infectious Disease


To manage ongoing COVID-19 surges, look to lessons learned
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Louise Dettman

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August 11, 2020

Highlights from the 12th webinar in the COVID-19 Conversations series
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Unequal impacts: Q&A with Salud America leader Amelie Ramirez on Hispanics and COVID-19
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Aaron Warnick

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July 30, 2020

"Many of our families may not have access to computers and if they can’t get access to the libraries for kids to complete their school assignments, that has created an extra strain on our families."
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Addressing intimate partner violence within the Black community
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Louise Dettman

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July 22, 2020

A conversation with Karma Cottman of the National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community.
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Child Health / Coronavirus / Infectious Disease / Prevention


Schools must reopen safely and not prematurely, warn health experts
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Sophie Wazlowski

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July 13, 2020

New report from the Coalition for Healthier Schools helps safely guide schools through the decision-making process.
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Experts fear suicide, deaths of despair will rise in wake of COVID-19
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Mark Barna

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July 10, 2020

“It is as if COVID has come in as a multiplier of social, economic factors that are making deaths of despair even worse,” said Benjamin Miller, PsyD
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All Things APHA / Coronavirus


Learning to treat COVID-19
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Louise Dettman

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July 07, 2020

Stopping COVID-19 will take a combination of prevention and medicine, said experts during the latest COVID-19 Conversations webinar.
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Take care this July Fourth: Avoid crowds, wear masks, keep your distance
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Louise Dettman

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July 02, 2020

With COVID-19 surging across the country, the best place to celebrate this year’s Fourth of July is at home.
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Easing the burden of COVID-19 on U.S. Pacific Islanders
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Louise Dettman

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July 01, 2020

A new nationwide effort, the Pacific Islander COVID-19 Response Team, is working to keep communities safe.

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COVID-19 Conversations APHA National Academy of Medicine