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

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134th APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition to be held this month in Boston: 13,000 expected. 2081
Access to care for Hispanics needs work. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 152
APHA backs ruling on abortion law. Brief article 159
APHA debuts new Web site, resources, logo for national Get Ready campaign. 342
APHA supports case on cigarette risks. Brief article 176
APHA urges funding for SCHIP programs. Brief article 143
APHA working with black sororities to prevent diabetes. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 776
Book details health worker stories from hurricanes Katrina, Rita. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 488
Built environment, health focus of APHA event on Capitol Hill. Murdock, Russell Brief article 203
California governor vetoes health plan. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 158
Discrimination takes toll on mental health. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 205
Drug use falls among teens, but increases among baby boomers: parental attitude a predictor of drug use. Murdock, Russell 608
Extreme drug-resistant TB strain has global health officials worried. Brief article 252
Fast-food restaurants play a role in obesity. Chong, Joon 356
FDA expands access to blood lead level test. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 221
Global monitoring system will help stave off environmental threats. Late, Michele 332
Gulf War veterans at increased ALS risk. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 246
Haviland joins slate of APHA Executive Board candidates. Brief article 149
Health, quality of life for people with disabilities varies by state. Report 566
HIV/AIDS adding to global worker shortage. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 222
Immunization rates for kids at record high. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 250
Many parents say their kids have never seen an eye care professional. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 181
Married new parents fare better mentally. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 194
Medical interns' long hours add to injuries. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 234
Medicare benefit may expand therapy access. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 195
Members a force for public health advocacy. Brief article 277
Michigan to propose HPV vaccine mandate. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 162
Most adults lack health literacy skills. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 212
National Public Health Week 2007 to focus on preparedness. Brief article 240
New guidelines set to transform HIV testing in health care settings. Krisberg, Kim 595
New Jersey program integrates child care into drug treatment. Murdock, Russell 731
Newborn screening a success, but testing varies widely by state: push to make tests universal nationwide. Krisberg, Kim 1623
Opiod drugs lead to increased deaths. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 114
Pandemic flu plans in states need to be centralized. Brief article 260
Pneumonia top killer of children worldwide. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 220
Progress still not being made on obesity, overweight in children: new report chronicles continuing problem. Murdock, Russell Report 701
Public health Nursing Section seeks to raise its voice, vision. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 965
Reducing allergy, asthma triggers at home is key. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 630
Reflections on an inspirational year as president of APHA: parting words from APHA president. Mail, Pat Column 445
SARS treatments likely ineffective, harmful. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 127
Sept. 11 attacks delayed flu season. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 169
Sept. 11 workers face respiratory problems. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 207
Serious mental health problems prevalent among U.S. inmates: 24 percent have symptoms of psychosis. Krisberg, Kim Report 1432
Soda may be bad for teen mental health. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 139
Stigma stands in the way of mental health treatment: special issue of American Journal of Public Health highlighted. Murdock, Russell 722
The Nation's Health: statement of ownership, management and circulation. Brief article 272
U.S. health investigators trace E. coli outbreak to fresh California spinach. 360
U.S. not getting good value for its health care investment. Johnson, Teddi Dineley Report 688
U.S., Mexico border crossing deaths double. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 229
Ultraviolet radiation tied to 60,000 deaths. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 180
Wednesday a day for healthy living, prevention in Baltimore. Murdock, Russell 558
WHO backs indoor DDT use for malaria. Arias, Donya C. Brief article 178
World congress targets the health effects of globalization. 710

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