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Articles from The Nation's Health (April 1, 2013)

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Affiliates receive APHA grants to help accreditation process. McGill, Natalie 319
Air pollution linked to low birthweight. Currie, Donya 220
APHA argues against sequestration cuts. Tucker, Charlotte 137
APHA endorses lower sulfur in gasoline. Tucker, Charlotte 157
APHA report serves as how-to guide for rewiring public health. Tucker, Charlotte 347
APHA speaks out on domestic violence. Tucker, Charlotte 107
APHA supports ban on automatic weapons. Tucker, Charlotte 105
APHA urges passage of PREEMIE Act. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 166
APHA: School health deserves funding. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 149
Bisexual women may face more violence. Currie, Donya 135
Breastfeeding rates for black US women increase, but lag overall. Currie, Donya 1210
Colorado mentoring program guides up-and-coming public health workers: state, regional public health associations. McGill, Natalie 466
Cooperation needed to address fake drugs. Currie, Donya 171
Dengue vaccine trial shows promise. Currie, Donya 171
Depression can affect shingles vaccine. Currie, Donya 152
Eligibility for CPH credential expands to include coursework, experience. Tucker, Charlotte 569
Federal healthy homes program targets preventable hazards. Currie, Donya 484
Fluoridated water can reduce decay. Tucker, Charlotte 206
Gun violence research back on federal public health agenda. Tucker, Charlotte 1125
Halt the salt: tips for lowering sodium. McGill, Natalie 798
Hamburg, public health educator. McGill, Natalie 109
Hot food may release melamine from bowls. Currie, Donya Brief article 180
Illinois group makes flu vaccines affordable. McGill, Natalie 196
Kids' TV habits can affect behavior. Currie, Donya 149
Koop, public health pioneer, former surgeon general. McGill, Natalie 318
Lower drinking age can lead to bingeing. Currie, Donya 230
Many foodborne illnesses linked to produce, handling problems. Currie, Donya 623
Mass incarceration, lack of housing hurting progress in HIV/AIDS battle. Currie, Donya 667
Melanoma cases on the rise in Minnesota. Currie, Donya 152
Most people get too little potassium. Currie, Donya Brief article 149
Motorcycles pose significant risk. Tucker, Charlotte 188
New APHA book gathers latest research on veterans, suicide. Tucker, Charlotte 441
New international treaty aims at mercury emissions, releases. Currie, Donya 550
New USDA school food standards target vending machines and snacks. Currie, Donya 435
Obesity elevates multiple sclerosis risk. Currie, Donya 155
Only at-risk infants need meningitis shot. Currie, Donya 145
Oregon teaches interview techniques. McGill, Natalie Brief article 193
Overdoses skyrocket in New York City. Currie, Donya 203
Pet hedgehogs can carry salmonella. Currie, Donya 118
Plan for sports safety aimed at US youth. Currie, Donya 140
Power plants largest source of pollution. Currie, Donya 115
Public supports nicotine regulations. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 191
Rapid influenza tests popular, results vary. Currie, Donya 206
Report calls for nurse in every school, focus on student wellness. Currie, Donya 545
Report examines prevention funding. Currie, Donya Website overview 114
Report: volunteer rules need updating. Currie, Donya Website overview 141
San Francisco targets pedestrian safety. Currie, Donya 137
Sedentary habits can lower sperm count. Currie, Donya Brief article 146
Some older adults mistrust HIV testing. Currie, Donya 217
Study: adults with mental illness more likely to smoke. Currie, Donya 275
Submit your National Public Health Week news to The Nation's Health. Tucker, Charlotte 273
Successful Texas public health effort takes to the skies to combat rabies. Krisberg, Kim 727
Thacker, epidemiology expert, administrator. McGill, Natalie 170
The changing face of public health and US public health education. Troutman, Adewale 471
Utah site allows food illness reporting. Currie, Donya Brief article 144
Vermont Affiliate wins institute grant. McGill, Natalie Brief article 155
Weight teasing can lead to food troubles. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 161
Weight-loss challenges unifying communities around health. McGill, Natalie 1351
Williams, infectious disease expert. McGill, Natalie Brief article 169
Wisconsin Affiliate focuses on diversity. McGill, Natalie Brief article 196
Workplace wellness can improve health. Tucker, Charlotte Brief article 137
Worldwide cancer readiness questioned. Currie, Donya Brief article 199

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