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Articles from The Nation's Health (November 1, 2009)

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'Quyana' for a year filled with hope, hospitality and kindness: parting words from APHA's president. Easley, Cheryl 512
APHA books showcase ethical issues in public health practice. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 433
APHA member groups organize myriad events at Annual Meeting. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 578
APHA members: take action on reform. Brief article 128
APHA's Annual Meeting held in Philadelphia this month: 10,500 attendees expected Nov. 7-11. 1723
APHA, public health advocates deliver food safety message to Congress. 98
Bed nets a booming industry in Africa. Currie, Donya Brief article 285
Better data collection needed on disparities. Currie, Donya Brief article 192
Births plunged in Gulf states hit by Katrina. Currie, Donya Brief article 201
Black heart patients less likely to survive. Currie, Donya 163
California offers new health access tool. Currie, Donya 182
Cell phone data key for researchers. Axler, Francine 318
Census estimate may overstate uninsured. Currie, Donya 129
Coal-burning power a public health issue. Reinhart, Nancy L. 197
College campus program to prevent alcohol poisoning goes nationwide. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 813
College students not washing their hands. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 176
Community effort good for teen health. Currie, Donya 180
Foreclosure worsens health, disparities. 164
Free produce in school ups students' intake. Currie, Donya 182
Get Ready Day events draw attention to preparedness: APHA hosts third annual celebration at D.C. elementary school. 518
Global child mortality still on the decline. Currie, Donya 237
Global deaths among youth largely preventable, new WHO study finds. 352
Greenhouse gas standards to improve fuel usage, lower car emissions. 256
Health professionals: get certified in public health through exam. 439
Health workers should use N95 respirators. Currie, Donya 136
HHS adopts rules on patient privacy breach. Currie, Donya 218
HHS rolls out new food safety Web site. Currie, Donya 168
HHS to award $650 million in new prevention-oriented grant effort. 458
Human error leads to many ER mistakes. Currie, Donya Brief article 219
Lack of insurance deadly for nearly 45,000 in U.S. annually. Krisberg, Kim Brief article 230
Majority of physicians support health reform. Currie, Donya 159
Many magazine photos depict infants in improper sleep positions. Currie, Donya 184
Many to lose coverage in coming decade. Brief article 157
Medicare coverage of HIV testing proposed. Currie, Donya 209
Mercury is widespread in U.S. fish, streams, federal survey reports. 449
More women driving while impaired. Currie, Donya 167
New York City unveils new health policy. Currie, Donya 162
North Carolina door-to-door health campaign fighting syphilis, HIV. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 490
Obesity hinders chemotherapy in kids. Currie, Donya 141
One in six Americans lost employer coverage. Currie, Donya 159
Premiums rose 131 percent in 10 years. Currie, Donya Brief article 96
Prevention key to reform, APHA says. 129
Program builds student practice skills. Johnson, Teddi Dineley Brief article 138
Proportion of bars linked to suicide risk. Currie, Donya 137
Rabies cases a continuing threat to global public health: ancient disease still a modern problem. Krisberg, Kim 1400
Safe travels: Good planning is your passport to health. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 835
Social support good for health of elderly. Clinical report 190
Stagnant HIV funding putting lives at risk. Currie, Donya 260
Students march in support of health equity, ending health disparities. Brief article 122
Students support chiropractic's future with letter-writing campaign. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 566
Studies find retail-based health clinics can offer lower-cost care. Currie, Donya 403
Thirty health departments to test public health accreditation effort. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 530
Three chiropractic colleges fund student memberships in APHA. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 177
U.S. immunization rates remain stable. Currie, Donya 241
Urinary tract infection vaccine shows promise. Currie, Donya 172
Value of prevention debated as part of U.S. health reform: studies ask: is prevention cost-effective? Krisberg, Kim 1534
Web effort lowers student drinking. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 232
Young workers less likely to have coverage. Currie, Donya 116

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