AJPH study: Medicaid coverage linked to improved access to outpatient care, control of chronic disease
New research in the American Journal of Public Health highlights how the implementation of the Affordable Care Act is creating a healthier U.S.
Public health leaders rallied attendees to help create a healthier future during last week's closing session of APHA's Annual Meeting in Chicago. Photo courtesy EZ Event Photography
I am so incredibly excited to welcome you all to my hometown — the great city of Chicago!
The theme of “Health In All Policies” will provide a backdrop for APHA’s 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition, which will gather in the windy city of Chicago next week.
As national Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we take a look at efforts that are improving Hispanic health across the U.S.
The leaves are falling, the air feels cooler and the grocery stores are filled with orange pumpkins and bite-sized candy bars. It all points to one much-anticipated event.
This week, APHA filed a brief stating that Texas abortion regulations do not promote health and safety — and that the U.S. Supreme Court should review a case that calls the limits into question.
It can start with forgetting things such as names and addresses or with trouble concentrating. It can affect decision-making and rob independence.
As APHA shares its new Ready, Pet, Go! 2016 Get Ready Calendar, we take a look back at some of our favorite calendar photos from years past.
The Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions undergraduate nursing population health course will be taught in a new way this academic year. Students in the course will join APHA to experience firsthand the value and tools that professional organizations can provide.
Continuing a long tradition of honoring excellence in the public health field, APHA today announced the winners of its 2015 national awards. And the accolades are well-deserved.