Public Health Newswire is a leading source of public health news and information. Published by the American Public Health Association, this daily news feed connects APHA members, our partners and the public with important public health trends, events and advocacy. We feature timely discussions with experts, report the latest public health research and cover national policy debates.
 
Designed to support APHA’s mission of improving the health of the public and achieving equity in health status, Public Health Newswire publishes content that informs and educates those supporting and interested in the public health enterprise. Whether it’s insights for public health professionals, news on the latest disease outbreak or in-depth commentary from APHA members or others, Public Health Newswire has you covered.
 
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Editorial team
 
David FouseDavid Fouse, editor
David edits and contributes to Public Health Newswire, and directs communications at APHA. A New Jersey native, he loves exploring the world with his wife, Jill, two kids and two dogs.
 
 
 
 
 
Daniel GreenbergDaniel Greenberg, writer
Daniel joined APHA in 2012. When not cranking out public health news, he manages several of the Association’s social media channels, oversees partner outreach efforts and supports activities for APHA campaigns and events. He tirelessly defends 80s music of all genres, and contemplated a career in competitive eating before reevaluating his priorities.
 
 
 
Kimberly ShortKim Short, writer
Kim joined APHA in 2012. Her contributions to Public Health Newswire mostly address the latest happenings in public health research as she manages communications for APHA’s American Journal of Public Health. She completed her master’s in public communication at American University and gets jazzed about all things communications and media. When not reading or talking about the latest public health studies, Kim’s probably trying out yet another hobby to round out her pottery and crocheting classes.
 
Contributors: Donya Currie Poore, Kim Krisberg, Michele Late, Natalie McGill, Charlotte Tucker
 
 
 
 
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