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Articles from The Nation's Health (July 1, 2019)

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Advocates: Keep air standards in place. Barna, Mark 136
Americans stepping up to share their health data with All of Us. 1483
APHA 2019 to feature engaging speaker lineup in Philadelphia. Late, Michele 412
APHA: Title X gag rule threatens health care. Barna, Mark 183
Assisted living rents to be out of reach. Krisberg, Kim 208
Better health for all through inclusive science research: Q&A with All of Us' Richardson-Heron. Barna, Mark Interview 1298
Bilingual measles fact sheet available. Late, Michele 203
California communities top yearly lists for smog, soot pollution. Barna, Mark 364
Countering vaccine hesitancy with evidence-based decisions. (VITAL SIGNS: Perspectives of the president of APHA). Aaltonen, Pam 436
County in Ohio takes on youth suicides. Late, Michele 216
Dense breast alerts increase screenings. Barna, Mark 243
E-scooter riders skipping helmet use. Krisberg, Kim 248
Expanding Medicaid helps black babies. Late, Michele 254
Greenery may better health of seniors. Krisberg, Kim 169
Handy, helpful ways to keep your hands healthy. Hrushka, Anna 769
Health providers play important role in All of Us enrollment. Krisberg, Kim 483
Holistic approaches gaining popularity. Barna, Mark 190
Keep contaminants out of drinking water. Barna, Mark 195
Members can log in with email address. Late, Michele 146
Momentum builds across US to replace lead water pipes. Barna, Mark 1548
Mosquito diseases to infect more people. Krisberg, Kim 141
Most happy with employer insurance. Barna, Mark 193
Oregon county looks at vaccine hesitancy. Late, Michele 227
Partners leading All of Us enrollment in communities. Krisberg, Kim 986
Public health needs more funding. Barna, Mark 190
Raise minimum age for tobacco sales. Barna, Mark 204
Section elections open next month. Late, Michele 119
Support needed for Paris agreement. Barna, Mark 277
System that collects data on US violent deaths to cover all 50 states. Krisberg, Kim 955
US foodborne illnesses rise, even as agencies address safety. Hrushka, Anna 368
Vaccine exemptions scrutinized in wake of measles outbreaks. Krisberg, Kim 1689
Wage boost tied to lower suicide risk. (HEALTH FINDINGS: The latest public health studies and research). Krisberg, Kim Clinical report 192
Workplace health programs increase. Barna, Mark 145
Youth in rural areas more likely to smoke. Barna, Mark 167
Zoonotic diseases threaten health. Barna, Mark 178

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