Posts tagged "climate change"

June 24 news: Climate change, inequality fuels mental illness, processed food study, language services in healthcare, FDA opioid approval

Check out today's public health news for Monday, June 24, 2019.

June 6 news: Fetal tissue research, high deductible plans, 1,000 measles cases, Oregon climate plan, walking

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Cases of tick-borne diseases rising rapidly in parts of US

Cases of tick-borne diseases rising rapidly in parts of US

The spread of dangerous ticks and other vectors such as mosquitoes in the U.S. is linked to climate change. Read more in this story from The Nation's Health.
Climate and health leaders walk the walk in Washington

Climate and health leaders walk the walk in Washington

Health professionals and organizations gather for action on climate and health.

April 15 news: E.coli outbreak, measles in Madagascar, high stress, obesity risk, insect-borne diseases

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April 11 news: Superbug, Anthrax in animals, Cyclone Idai, health care reform, unisex birth control

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NPHW guest blog: Action and leadership on climate change and health

NPHW guest blog: Action and leadership on climate change and health

APHA's Surili Patel discusses the important work being done to address the threat of climate change as part of today's National Public Health Week observance.
Climate-Ready: CDC grantees talk community climate solutions

Climate-Ready: CDC grantees talk community climate solutions

APHA's Surili Sutaria Patel reports on the recent CDC National Center for Environmental Health gathering of Climate-Ready States and Cities Initiative grantees.

March 21 news: Fentanyl deaths rise, Cyclone Idai, NZ gun control, Ebola, ADHD and psychosis

Check out today’s public health news for Thursday, March 21, 2019
Energy policy and public health: Q&A with Denise Patel

Energy policy and public health: Q&A with Denise Patel

A policy statement recently adopted by APHA calls for addressing U.S. energy policy to protect public health. We asked APHA member Denise Patel to tell us more about the policy statement and why action is urgently needed.

Feb. 27. news: FDA opioid response, childhood cancer, vaccine exemption, insomnia, climate change

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Feb. 13. news: Brucella outbreak, teen vaccines, maternal depression, vaccine exploitation, climate change

Check out today’s public health news for Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019