Do you want to make the place you live healthier — or the healthiest? You have 11 days to prove it by joining the Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge.
APHA intern Ashley Smallwood spoke to Public Health Newswire about injury and violence prevention across the lifespan.
Today, President Barack Obama and Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced goals to reduce methane emissions by “40-45 percent below 2012 levels by 2025 from the oil and gas sector,” according to a White House statement.
More people are dying on U.S. roads, according to early results, but there has been less legislative activity in passing state auto and highway safety laws.
On Saturday, more than 190 countries came together in Paris to create an enormous public health victory: a global agreement to reduce carbon pollution and fight the harmful health effects created by climate change.
The Affordable Care Act has helped 16.4 million uninsured people gain health coverage, but roughly half of Americans don’t support the law. Misinformation is a big reason why.
What is Plan4Health? Public Health Newswire caught up with APHA Associate Executive Director Susan Polan, PhD, and American Planning Association Planning and Community Health Center Manager Anna Ricklin, AICP, to get answers on this novel partnership.
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.
Do you believe in the Affordable Care Act? Do you want to make people in your state or community healthier? State Innovation Models are for you.
We know countless ways that racism harms our nation’s health. What may not be widely understood is the racism that isn’t seen can be the most destructive.