On Aug. 14 at 2 p.m. EDT, APHA’s “Annual Meeting Book Club” will merge old school and new school.
APHA celebrates Mary E. Northridge, editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Public Health, who will complete her 16-year tenure with the journal next spring.
APHA's 142nd Annual Meeting will take place, Nov. 15-19 in New Orleans. Find out the information you need to know now that registration is open!
n a letter sent to Congress on May 20, child health advocates including APHA and several APHA Affiliates strongly urged opposition to “efforts to intervene in science-based rules regarding the federal child nutrition programs.”
As the U.S. health system undergoes unprecedented change, APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin has been recognized as one of its powerful safeguards.
Transforming communities into healthier environments takes city and community planning, an overarching theme at the American Planning Association’s 106th National Planning Conference held recently in Atlanta.
The American Public Health Association expressed strong support for the public health actions recommended in the National Climate Assessment released today.
To create the healthiest nation APHA believes it must “give with purpose,” and has joined a leading funder to create better philanthropic outcomes.
With the move by leading health care retailer CVS to remove tobacco products from its stores, pressure is mounting on other pharmaceutical retailers to do the same.
Yesterday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed changes to its Nutrition Facts label for the first time since its introduction to U.S. consumers in 1993.
In the first week of April, APHA and partners hope to transform the way you think about public health.
Native American communities have historically faced significant health challenges, but a new APHA book offers guidance for evaluating and researching health in these communities to help create better health outcomes.