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Articles from The Nation's Health (December 1, 2006)

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Abortion deaths not linked to drug. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 172
Accreditation for local, state health departments urged. Brief article 228
Advisory committee guiding work on APHA Affiliate infrastructure grant. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 416
Affiliate members honored for contributions to public health. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 480
Annual Meeting a chance for Sections, SPIGS to come together. Brief article 227
Annual Meeting photos now available for purchase online. Brief article 196
APHA applauds Public Health Expo booth winners: award winners include Association Sections, federal agencies. 399
APHA book details work to eradicate polio from the globe: international effort on brink of success. Johnson, Teddi Dineley Book review 553
APHA calls for international treaty on alcohol: Association's Governing Council passes 22 new policies. 1116
APHA calls for more CDC, HRSA funding. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 241
APHA calls for proposed 2007 policy statements: association policy process concludes at 135th Annual Meeting. Brief article 238
APHA highlights the negative health consequences of warfare. Brief article 260
APHA now accepting abstracts for Association's 135th Annual Meeting. Brief article 224
APHA review of existing policies begins next month. 114
APHA Sections taking nominations for upcoming leadership elections. 142
APHA supports global child health. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 256
APHA supports minority health at Capitol Hill summit. Brief article 164
APHA takes action on AIDS, Medicare. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 223
APHA urges funding for pandemic flu. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 251
APHA: underage drinking harmful. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 187
Boston tackles breast cancer among city's black women. Murdock, Russell 594
California marijuana law didn't up teen use. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 215
Changes to APHA's Constitution up for member vote. 655
Chikungunya fever has reached United States via global travelers. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 158
Children's exposure to particulates drops. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 286
Children's insurance program a boon to the health of nation: SCHIP up for reauthorization in 2007. Krisberg, Kim 1672
Committee on Affiliates selects student poster contest winners. Brief article 229
Controlling spread of bird flu requires cultural competencies: Annual Meeting speakers discuss barriers. 438
Despite Doha Declaration, drug costs too high in developing world. 531
Europe adopts charter to combat rising obesity rates. Brief article 278
Few U.S. physicians, hospitals utilizing electronic records. Murdock, Russell 643
Folic acid intake still falls short of goals. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 269
Free public health podcast series available now online. 111
Get involved now in Association leadership: nominations being accepted for APHA committees, boards. 802
Gloves don't always lead to safer food. Dunn, Tedi Letter to the editor 213
Governing Council votes to archive outdated policies. Brief article 219
Health concerns a top mental stressor for Americans. Patel, Gayatri Brief article 278
Health, human rights leaders call attention to vulnerable populations: meeting sessions highlight right to health. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 1330
HIV/AIDS continues to inflict harder toll on black Americans. Arias, Donya C. 485
Human rights spotlighted at APHA Annual Meeting: Boston meeting attracts 13,200 public health participants. Late, Michele; Krisberg, Kim Conference news 1496
Immunization experts urge shingles vaccine. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 219
Lowering salt intake good for kids' health. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 180
Members choose Degutis as next APHA president: three Executive Board members, vice presidents also named. 485
Millions around world observe, pay respects on World AIDS Day. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 837
Most uninsured children living in working families, new report finds. Murdock, Russell 426
New 2007 National Public Health Week tools now available online. Brief article 272
New Jersey rejects abstinence funding. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 191
New WHO Director-general Chan highlights six key issues. Brief article 238
New York City Affiliate recognized for outstanding public health work. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 428
New York City passes trans fat ban. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 258
Nominations for 2007 awards due to Association by April 27: APHA awards honor public health work. 440
Nominations sought for food safety award. 116
November elections yield victory for popular public health causes. Krisberg, Kim 552
Now is the time for us to achieve health care for all. Walker, Deborah Klein 493
Obesity, tobacco, uninsurance are threatening U.S. health gains. Patel, Gayatri Brief article 292
Older Americans Act reauthorized, updated. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 184
People don't check online health sources. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 255
Performance standards program leading to health improvements: strengthening public health services. Late, Michele 1216
Philly, Washington, D.C., go smoke free. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 168
Poverty, education affects AIDS in Africa. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 175
Protecting your noggin a no-brainer. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 705
Public health and human rights. Conference notes 143
Qualitative versus quantitative research. T.K.-H., Christian Letter to the editor 263
Roche to add warning label to Tamiflu. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 154
Routine HIV testing a challenge to research. Broder, Gail B. Letter to the editor 285
Salmonella, E. coli cases tied to produce. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 204
Section awardees honored at 2006 Annual Meeting: public health professionals, students recognized for contributions. Awards list 748
SIDS research bolsters call for "back to sleep". Arias, Donya C. Brief article 177
State, local health infrastructures benefit from preparedness funds. Arias, Donya C. 548
Summaries of 2006 policies passed by the Governing Council: new policies address issues such as pandemic flu, nanotechnology, abstinence. 1642
Survey: public health workers not personally prepared for emergencies. Late, Michele Survey 780
Tackling obesity takes personal commitment. Lindo, Samuel G. Letter to the editor 301
Television can aggravate kids' fears of terrorism: Annual Meeting sessions highlight new health findings. Murdock, Russell 366
Thousands of education credits earned in Boston: APHA's Continuing Education Institutes prove a popular draw. 524
Timeline for 2007 APHA policy review, archiving. Calendar 193
Timeline for APHA proposed policy process. 155
U.S. health and nutrition survey serves as nation's 'health census': data is foundation for health research. Arias, Donya C. 953
Upward mobility can improve birthweights. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 175
Welfare reform may aid drug treatment. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 232
While seafood is part of healthy diet, consumers should know risk: more data needed on fish contamination. Murdock, Russell 612

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