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Articles from The Nation's Health (August 1, 2011)

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Annual Meeting closing session to spotlight worker health, safety. Late, Michele Brief article 204
APHA 139th Annual Meeting and Exposition Oct 29-Nov 2, 2011 Washington, DC. 3596
APHA advocates for Title X funding. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 136
APHA president, Executive Board candidates announced: elections to be held at 139th APHA Annual Meeting in October. Late, Michele 520
APHA releases transportation toolkit online. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 241
APHA urges action for public health. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 135
Associations use advocacy to improve public health in states. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 619
Bacterial meningitis rates fall, risk remains. Currie, Donya 184
Bathrooms the site of 200,000 injuries. Currie, Donya Brief article 164
California told to cut prison population. Tucker, Charlotte 131
Communities tackling asthma as number of U.S. cases increase: nearly 10 percent of kids have asthma. Tucker, Charlotte 1145
Congress must fund food safety, APHA says. Tucker, Charlotte 182
Depression can be obstacle for diabetes. Currie, Donya 202
EPA must regulate air pollutants, APHA says. Tucker, Charlotte 132
Federal strategy to put wellness, prevention on front burner: reform progressing. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 1052
Firearm homicides higher in metro areas. Currie, Donya 165
Flu shot formula the same, but vaccinations still necessary. Late, Michele 527
Gay minorities more likely to try suicide. Tucker, Charlotte 156
Health reform, prevention touted at APHA's first midyear meeting: law improving health of Americans. Krisberg, Kim 1266
HHS toolkit offers text messages. Currie, Donya 108
Homeless have higher mortality rates. Currie, Donya 174
House urged to keep tobacco regulations. Tucker, Charlotte 138
Incarceration related to HIV, STI infection. Tucker, Charlotte 159
Iowa Affiliate members pedal across state for public health. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 199
Kentucky program brings produce to some Louisville corner stores. Currie, Donya Report 695
Lessons learned, or lessons repeated? Thirty years of HIV/AIDS in America. Murray, Linda Rae 506
Make plans now for fifth annual get ready day on Sept. 20. Late, Michele 265
Maternity leave helps women breastfeed. Currie, Donya 192
National Academies e-books now free. Currie, Donya 128
New APHA book a reference on school-based health centers: promoting link between health, education. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 520
Online map offers national, state-by-state view of HIV epidemic. Currie, Donya 255
Psychotropics in AIDS programs vary by state. Tucker, Charlotte 163
Public health achievements include decreases in preventable disease. Currie, Donya 246
Public health workforce plans endangered by lack of funds. Late, Michele 239
Q&A with infectious diseases specialist Ronald Valdiserri: goal is to reduce HIV/AIDS transmission: HHS' 12 Cities Project seeks to share information across programs. Tucker, Charlotte Interview 1419
Report calls for examination of chemical safety: national coalition notes difficulty determining exposures. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 644
Report finds too many U.S. roads deadly for pedestrians. Currie, Donya Report 615
Safety campaign seeks changes on world's thoroughfares. Tucker, Charlotte 663
Saliva effective screen for hearing loss virus. Currie, Donya 178
Salmonella persists as U.S. health threat. Currie, Donya 151
Schechter, advocate on geriatrics. Late, Michele Obituary 151
Stay healthy and infection-free at the gym. Johnson, Teddi Dineley 762
Studies find banning menthol in cigarettes could save lives. Tucker, Charlotte 210
Study: mental disorders leading cause of disability in young people. Currie, Donya Clinical report 194
Tool helps employers track injuries at work. Currie, Donya 130
Tuberculosis more prevalent in cities. Tucker, Charlotte 146
USDA unveils new MyPlate meal icon to replace food pyramid. Currie, Donya Brief article 179
Vermont governor signs universal health care program into law. Currie, Donya 212
WHO report: disabilities affect 1 billion people worldwide. Currie, Donya 522
WIC cuts would hurt women, children. Tucker, Charlotte 121

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