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All Things APHA / Coronavirus / Infectious Disease


To manage ongoing COVID-19 surges, look to lessons learned
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Louise Dettman

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August 11, 2020

Highlights from the 12th webinar in the COVID-19 Conversations series
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All Things APHA / Climate Change / Environment / Health Equity


Energy justice is a public health issue
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July 31, 2020

APHA's Center for Climate, Health and Equity talks with ecoAmerica about its priorities.
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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.”
Karma Cottem

All Things APHA / Coronavirus / Health Equity


Addressing intimate partner violence within the Black community
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Louise Dettman

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July 22, 2020

A conversation with Karma Cottman of the National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community.
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All Things APHA / Health Equity


Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge announces 20 project team locations
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Louise Dettman

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July 16, 2020

APHA collaborates on capacity-building efforts to accelerate community change.
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The Nation's Health


Improving health of American Indians and Alaska Natives: Q&A with IHS Director Michael Weahkee
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Mark Barna

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July 15, 2020

"We unfortunately have had suicide clusters in many of our tribal communities. Many of those have been attributed to historical trauma. Indian people were forced onto reservations, forced assimilation, required to go to boarding schools."
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All Things APHA


Lights, camera, animals!
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July 15, 2020

Announcing Get Ready’s annual photo contest.
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Child Health / Coronavirus / Infectious Disease / Prevention


Schools must reopen safely and not prematurely, warn health experts
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Sophie Wazlowski

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July 13, 2020

New report from the Coalition for Healthier Schools helps safely guide schools through the decision-making process.
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The Nation's Health / Coronavirus


Experts fear suicide, deaths of despair will rise in wake of COVID-19
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Mark Barna

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July 10, 2020

“It is as if COVID has come in as a multiplier of social, economic factors that are making deaths of despair even worse,” said Benjamin Miller, PsyD

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