A new study in the American Journal of Public Health found that raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour in New York City could have averted up to 5,500 premature deaths between 2008 and 2012.
AJPH study: Women seeking abortions in Texas face challenges in access to care after clinic closures
New research shows that women whose nearest clinic closed as a result of Texas House Bill 2 traveled farther for services and had greater out-of-pocket expenses.
New research shows how community-based approaches to prevention and care were able to reduce Ebola transmission during the recent epidemic.
New research from the American Journal of Public Health investigated the impact of statewide gun ownership on the safety of police officers. Read on to learn what researchers found.
A recent study from AJPH looks at the use of naloxone in treating opioid overdoses and how disparities interact with the administration of the drug. Hear more from our Q&A with the lead researcher.
New research from the American Journal of Public Health draws question on e-cigarettes' role in smoking cessation.
APHA welcomes new editor-in-chief, Alfredo Morabia, MD, PhD, to begin a five-year term with the American Journal of Public Health
In case you missed it, check out the American Journal of Public Health's latest research as studies investigate sugary drinks, 'stop and frisk' policing and social media's food promotion.
AJPH's exciting new collaboration will keep public health practitioners informed with periodic MMWR in brief articles.
Where you live can affect your health, and new research finds an association between the racial and ethnic makeup of your neighborhood and exposure to air pollution.
Following Mary E. Northridge's tenure, the search for a new editor-in-chief for the American Journal of Public Health has begun.