Another year in the books brings another roundup of our top stories on the APHA blog. From breaking public health news to guest perspectives with leaders in the field, we’ve covered the beat and published more than 400 posts to Public Health Newswire in 2018. We also featured gavel-to-gavel live coverage of APHA’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Expo with exclusive reports from San Diego.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams, right, receives a flu vaccination. Photo courtesy Office of the Surgeon General

Surgeon General Jerome Adams, right, receives a flu vaccination. Photo courtesy Office of the Surgeon General

Here are our top 10 most-read stories for the year. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to delivering more important news you can use in 2019.

  1. CDC Acting Director Anne Schuchat on the state of public health
  2. Strange bedfellows, effective partners in public health
  3. Tell better stories: Here’s how
  4. Want healthier communities? Address social factors
  5. NIH loan repayment programs invest in broadening the biomedical research workforce
  6. Paving the Way for Better Health
  7. Healthiest Communities: A new tool for improving public health
  8. Vice Admiral Jerome Adams’ year in review
  9. Watch: Healthy People 2030 wants to hear from you!
  10. Climate change and children’s health

Have a favorite on our list or one we missed? Let us know in the comments below. If you’d like to stay up to date on public health news throughout the year, subscribe to our free daily email or RSS feed.