Tia Taylor Williams

Guest Post / Child Health


Children’s Environmental Health Day: it’s time to join forces
by

Louise Dettman

on

October 10, 2019

Let’s work together to create environments where all children can thrive.
front page of The Nation's Health newspaper

Climate Change / Environment / The Nation's Health


Toxic algae blooms creating hazards for US public health
by

Mark Barna

on

October 09, 2019

Toxic algae blooms are increasing, and they're threatening public health.
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All Things APHA / Climate Change


#ClimateChangesHealth advocate Tonye Fohsta-Lynch speaks for health
by

Louise Dettman

on

October 09, 2019

APHA helps the next generation of public health professionals take action on climate change.
Jovonni Spinner

Annual Meeting / Sponsored Post


Achieving cultural proficiency: The intersection of health and culture
by

Louise Dettman

on

October 03, 2019

The third in a series of 2019 "Fresh Perspectives" blog posts presented by the de Beaumont Foundation.
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All Things APHA / Climate Change


#ClimateChangesHealth advocate Roseanne Nguyen speaks for health
by

Louise Dettman

on

October 03, 2019

APHA helps the next generation of public health professionals take action on climate change.
front page of The Nation's Health newspaper

All Things APHA / The Nation's Health


Video games and health: Sorting science from popular beliefs
by

Aaron Warnick

on

October 01, 2019

The debate over the pros and cons of video games has been going on for almost as long as the games have existed. Read more in the October 2019 issue of The Nation's Health.
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All Things APHA / Climate Change / Voices


#ClimateChangesHealth advocate Mislael Valentín-Cortés speaks for health
by

Louise Dettman

on

September 30, 2019

APHA helps the next generation of public health professionals take action on climate change.
Sameer Vohra

Annual Meeting / Sponsored Post


Public health, population health and philanthropy: Funding and forming healthy rural communities
by

Louise Dettman

on

September 26, 2019

The second in a series of 2019 "Fresh Perspectives" blog posts presented by the de Beaumont Foundation.
Polices That Work Prevent Gun Violence

All Things APHA / Prevention


Policies that work: A look at the scientific data behind gun violence prevention
by

Louise Dettman

on

September 25, 2019

An overview of the Sept. 23 gun violence prevention forum in Washington, D.C.

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