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WHO: Emergency health workers, facilities intentionally targeted: Attacks injure 1,500 people ove...
WHO: Emergency health workers, facilities intentionally targeted: Attacks injure 1,500 people ove...
Earlier this year, Doctors Without Borders wanted to reopen a clinic in southern Syria that had been destroyed during bombings. In response, local residents came out to protest � with health facilities being intentionally attacked, they feared that a n...
National Public Health Week 2016 unites health advocates: Community events celebrated nationwide
National Public Health Week 2016 unites health advocates: Community events celebrated nationwide
From diverse panels of public health experts and intimate online discussions with public health leaders to hundreds of other events held nationwide, this year�s National Public Health Week was a success.
Congress fails to fund Zika response
Congress fails to fund Zika response
The American Public Health Association expressed great disappointment at Congress� failing to reach an agreement yesterday to fund Zika outbreak response before going on seven-week recess.
APHA applauds Supreme Court for protecting reproductive health
APHA applauds Supreme Court for protecting reproductive health
Today, the American Public Health Association applauded the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Whole Woman�s Health v. Hellerstedt to safeguard women�s� reproductive health. By striking down a Texas law that imposed harmful and medically unnecessary restrict...