Posts tagged "The Nation’s Health"
National Public Health Week 2019 events share science, promote action

National Public Health Week 2019 events share science, promote action

National Public Health Week events showcased creativity as communities across the country celebrated public health in April. Read our roundup of NPHW highlights from the latest issue of The Nation's Health.
President’s budget would hinder US public health progress

President’s budget would hinder US public health progress

The priorities outlined in the White House's budget proposal are largely out of step with public health. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
E. coli in produce shows need for better tracking, prevention

E. coli in produce shows need for better tracking, prevention

For several months last year, a dangerous bacteria and a popular leafy green were involved in a deadly dance. Two major outbreaks of food poisoning involving E. coli and romaine lettuce kept U.S. public health officials busy. Read more in this story from The Nation's Health.
The Nation’s Health: Top public health news of 2018

The Nation’s Health: Top public health news of 2018

Read our roundup of top stories published this year in The Nation’s Health — APHA’s award-winning newspaper.
CPH credential helps workers stay informed, competitive

CPH credential helps workers stay informed, competitive

A new report from The Nation's Health shows how students and current practitioners have been working to become certified in public health to remain up to date on developments in the field.

Public health steps up to curb rising suicide rates

Public health leaders are looking to resources to better prepare workers and communities in light of research showing growing suicide rates. Learn more in this report from The Nation's Health.
Complete streets promoting health equity in communities

Complete streets promoting health equity in communities

A “complete streets” approach ensures that mobility conditions are met for all, making for more liveable communities. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
Academic health department partnerships boost training

Academic health department partnerships boost training

Every year, more than 200 college students rotate through Tennessee’s Knox County Health Department hoping to put their classroom learning into practice. According to The Nation's Health, it is one of dozens across the country and follows a long tradition of public health-academia partnerships.

Public health working to fight misinformation through trust, relationships: Facts not enough

Despite best public health efforts, misinformation about health can spread wildly — often faster than factual information. Learn how building trust and relationships can help in this story reported in The Nation's Health.
NPHW celebrations highlight importance of public health

NPHW celebrations highlight importance of public health

Throughout 2018’s National Public Health Week, public health advocates and allies across the country went the distance to celebrate public health successes, highlight strengths and focus on the future. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
Gun violence research hurt by shortage of funding, data: CDC work impeded

Gun violence research hurt by shortage of funding, data: CDC work impeded

On an average day in the U.S., gun violence ends the lives of nearly 100 people. Yet across the country, only about 30 researchers are dedicated full time to studying the public health crisis. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
New rankings showcase successes: Data can help improve health of US

New rankings showcase successes: Data can help improve health of US

Falls Church, Virginia, is only two square miles, but the tiny city has a huge designation: It has been named the healthiest community in the U.S. Find out why in this report from The Nation's Health.