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Annual Meeting / Infectious Disease


Public health already preparing for the next pandemic
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Aaron Warnick

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October 28, 2020

Partnerships between public health, agriculture key to detecting the next novel virus.
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Annual Meeting


Public health can help plan for wildfire response
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Aaron Warnick

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October 27, 2020

Year of widespread wildfires points to need for intervention plans.
Janessa Graves

Annual Meeting


Rural youth left without access to mental health care
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Aaron Warnick

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October 27, 2020

Even with expanded telehealth, rural communities still face barriers to access.
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Annual Meeting


Is voting a public health issue?
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Aaron Warnick

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October 26, 2020

With voting underway, public health experts discuss the challenges of casting a ballot.
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Annual Meeting


National Student Meeting covers online learning, equity and COVID-19
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Aaron Warnick

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October 24, 2020

Public health students gather to network and learn.
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The Nation's Health / Coronavirus


Arizona association fights for science as COVID-19 surges across state
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Aaron Warnick

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September 16, 2020

“Sometimes you can gain ground with a soft word or a letter...and then sometimes it takes a little bad press,” said Arizona Public Health Association Executive Director Will Humble.
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The Nation's Health / Coronavirus


Oral health working to protect staff, patients from pandemic
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Aaron Warnick

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August 26, 2020

“There is a tremendous amount of risk there, and providers have had to adjust practice based off a lot of unknowns with this virus," Josefine Ortiz Wolfe said
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The Nation's Health / Coronavirus / Health Equity


Unequal impacts: Q&A with Salud America leader Amelie Ramirez on Hispanics and COVID-19
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Aaron Warnick

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July 30, 2020

"Many of our families may not have access to computers and if they can’t get access to the libraries for kids to complete their school assignments, that has created an extra strain on our families."
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The Nation's Health


Healthy You: Get the most out of food by composting your waste
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Aaron Warnick

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July 24, 2020

“We use and we waste a lot of stuff,” says Alex Truelove, director of ZeroWaste. “So much of what we throw out is compostable, but we compost almost nothing.”
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Coronavirus / Health Equity


Addressing equity in the age of COVID-19
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Aaron Warnick

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April 01, 2020

Massachusetts task force calls on policymakers to take action.
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Annual Meeting


Thinking big to cut out salt
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Aaron Warnick

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November 06, 2019

We know too much sodium is bad for our health, but simply asking folks to put down the salt shaker isn’t an effective health-promoting strategy.