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Feb. 28. news: HIV progress stalled, prenatal vitamins, Facebook anti-vaxxers, Bill Jenkins, antibiotics

Check out today’s public health news for Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019

Jan. 3 news: Sugar substitutes, Ebola, Facebook suicide screening, drug czar, virus

Check out today’s public health news for Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019.
Social Media Week Q&A: Using Facebook to advance public health

Social Media Week Q&A: Using Facebook to advance public health

In honor of Social Media Week we're chatting with members of APHA's social media team. Today, learn more about how APHA has advanced public health with its Facebook presence.
Contemporary vs. classic: APHA Book Club Facebook chat

Contemporary vs. classic: APHA Book Club Facebook chat

On Aug. 14 at 2 p.m. EDT, APHA’s “Annual Meeting Book Club” will merge old school and new school.
SAMHSA asks Americans to be prevention leaders

SAMHSA asks Americans to be prevention leaders

Would you agree to promote public and mental health in your own life and in your community? You can prove it by taking the Prevention Pledge on Facebook.
Want to celebrate National Public Health Week? Here’s how

Want to celebrate National Public Health Week? Here’s how

This year’s NPHW will take place April 1-5. Through the theme, “Public Health is ROI: Save Lives, Save Money,” NPHW 2013 will recognize the tremendous value of public health in our lives – at home, in schools, at the workplace, on the move and in the community.

Facebook chat helps parents prepare teen drivers

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, parents are the key to safe, alcohol-free teen driving. On Friday, the agency used Facebook to tell them why. As part of its social media push to reach new audiences, the agency held an online chat “for moms and dads,” to share facts about teen driving...

July 13 news: CDC, Alzheimer’s, Google, Facebook

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gives unique advice on wedding preparedness; dangerous mosquito bites announced by public health department; and keeping a food journal might help keep the weight off, too. These stories and more topping public health headlines today, Friday, July 13, 2012.

Overheard at NCHCMM

The Twitterverse is abuzz this week at CDC’s National Conference on Health Communications, Marketing and Media. Attendees are sharing lessons learned over social media through hashtag #hcmmconf. We’re here and have captured a glimpse of the conversation for you.