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Healthography: How where you live affects your health and well-being

This issue of Global Health coincides with the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association. This year – the year that APHA triumphantly returns to New Orleans – the theme is Healthography. 216 more words

Tulane School Of Public Health And Tropical Medicine

The Geography of Food and Activity

Where we live shapes daily life, habits, and health – ask anyone in New Orleans who’s tried to walk on broken sidewalks or buy fresh produce in a neighborhood that lacks a full-service grocery store. 634 more words

Fall/Winter 2014

Research!America and Partners Salute Heroes on the Front Lines of Public Health

Public Health Thank You Day, November 24, 2014

ALEXANDRIA, Va.-November 20, 2014-As Thanksgiving approaches, Research!America and leading U.S. public health organizations urge Americans to salute public health professionals who go above and beyond to protect the health of our nation. 559 more words

Mary Woolley

Supermarkets selling contaminated chickens

Despite knowing that the chickens on their shelves are contaminated with a potentially lethal bacterium campylobacter. This makes almost 300,000 people ill each year. 564 more words



As my birthday approaches and I am getting closer and closer to becoming seventeen, I can’t help but consider my future. College is a scary and exciting thought that has been racking my brain ever… 421 more words