12,000 researchers and advocates have gathered for the American Public Health Association's annual meeting. Firearms, climate change, and women's health are on the agenda.
President Trump's decision to abandon the Paris climate agreement is a low point for the U.S.A. America can never be great with a President who ignores science and uses his power to favor the few over the many.
The American Public Health Association, the American Lung Association, and other health protection organizations have put Members of Congress and the Trump Administration on notice: dismantling regulations and slashing agency budgets will have dire consequences for Americans.
Three days out from the election and many of us are still trying to adjust to this new reality. It’s been a very rough week.
The American Public Health Association adopted 11 new policy statements at its annual meeting which will guide the organization's advocacy work in the coming years.
Thousands of public health practitioners are now at the APHA Annual Meeting in Denver, taking in new research on every public health topic imaginable.
This morning, the Florida Department of Health reported a “high likelihood” of the first localized transmission of Zika virus from mosquito to person in the United States.
Here are some of my favorite quotes in response to OSHA publishing a final rule on silica dust.
Thinking about marriage licenses and a trip to the sporting goods store.
King v. Burwell: Supreme Court case could wreak havoc on working families, state governments and health providers
“Established by the state.” Those are the four words at the center of an upcoming Supreme Court case that could strip affordable health insurance coverage from millions of working families and result in billions of dollars in uncompensated care costs.