AUTHOR ARCHIVE

salt shaker

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.
Brian Castrucci taking selfie with man and woman

Annual Meeting


Sunset Tweetup a big hit at APHA 2019
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Aaron Warnick

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November 05, 2019

Hashtags were flying at the Tuesday evening networking event.
people marching with protest signs

Annual Meeting


‘Public health demands — close the camps!’
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Aaron Warnick

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November 05, 2019

APHA Annual Meeting attendees and other public health advocates took to the streets of Philadelphia on Tuesday morning to call for an end to family separations, anti-immigrant rhetoric and deportation.
smiling women in CHPPD Day of Action photo frame

Annual Meeting


CHPPD Section encourages hands-on public health at Day of Action
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Aaron Warnick

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November 05, 2019

Attendees come together around housing and health.
logo, APHA 2019

Annual Meeting / Health Reform


Many Hispanic immigrants forgoing care due to fear, language barriers
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Aaron Warnick

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November 04, 2019

Researchers discuss findings of their survey of Hispanic immigrants in the Midwest.
smiling women

Annual Meeting


Why do you come to the APHA Annual Meeting?
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Aaron Warnick

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November 03, 2019

APHA 2019 is a great place to see old public health friends and make new ones.
Shanil Kumar

Annual Meeting


Q & A with future public health leaders at the National Student Meeting
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Aaron Warnick

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November 03, 2019

APHA student members come to APHA 2019 to learn, network and, for some, to get a reality check.
front page of The Nation's Health newspaper

All Things APHA / The Nation's Health


Video games and health: Sorting science from popular beliefs
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Aaron Warnick

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October 01, 2019

The debate over the pros and cons of video games has been going on for almost as long as the games have existed. Read more in the October 2019 issue of The Nation's Health.