If you’re a public health professional, student or practitioner in any way, today is a celebration.
It's my pleasure to welcome you to APHA's 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition! In the past year, APHA staff and members have been hard at work organizing another dynamic and vibrant Annual Meeting.
For 1 billion people worldwide with significant physical or mental disabilities the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, or CRPD, represents a chance to enjoy the highest possible standard of health and wellbeing.
As the federal government shutdown shuttered many public health programs and services, public health leaders spoke out about its possible dire effects.
The Health Insurance Marketplace has officially opened for business, allowing Americans and small businesses in every state to obtain personalized health coverage to fit their individual, family or employees’ needs.
APHA published a news release today opposing the continuing resolution voted by the U.S. House of Representatives, with vital health reform rules just days away from taking effect.
While smoking prevention and cessation have been the primary means to battle the No. 1 cancer killer in the U.S., a new tool could soon be more widely available to aid efforts to save lives.
Modern Healthcare magazine announced its annual list of the top 100 most influential people in health care this week. Read on to learn more about which public health leaders made the list.
Not quite, said APHA's Georges Benjamin and other public health leaders during a recent Capitol Hill briefing broadcast on C-SPAN.
HIV/AIDS is no longer considered a death sentence, fewer people are using tobacco and more sidewalks and bike lanes are paving the way to increased physical activity in communities across the country – all thanks to public health measures made possible by important federal funding.
Gun violence. How do we curb it? And is it our role, as public health professionals, to intervene?