EPA has announced that hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as fracking, has the potential to affect drinking water sources in the U.S.
The Nation’s Health: Q&A with NIDDK’s Griffin Rodgers: Testing, education critical to preventing kidney disease
Griffin Rodgers, MD, MACP, director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, talks kidney disease risks and prevention.
Hawaii has topped all other states in having the healthiest residents for the fifth year in a row, according to rankings from the United Health Foundation.
A new surgeon general’s report recommends actions to protect youth and young adults from risks of electronic cigarettes.
Core public health activities and priorities likely face a challenging future, according to a story in the February/March 2017 issue of The Nation's Health.
Sleep-related deaths kill thousands of babies annually without a clear cause, but there are new ways to reduce infants’ risk by providing a safe sleep environment.
The Nation’s Health: New criteria for accreditation to chart updated course for public health education
The Council on Education for Public Health's revised accreditation criteria aims to graduate public health students ready to practice from day one.
APHA announces 2017 as the Year of Climate Change and Health. Learn more in this story from the January 2017 issue of The Nation's Health.
Nearly 12,000 health professionals attended APHA 2016 to share their best work, practices and goals.
To scientists and health professionals, colistin is considered a last-resort antibiotic to treat the most aggressive infections.