Keyword: American Public Health Association
Disparities in healthcare can make a big difference in a patient's life expectancy.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
In the wake of a new study that warns of escalating health risks from climate change, a major physician group is backing the report’s call for action.
The recently passed federal spending plan would allow the CDC to study gun violence, but experts say that it doesn't go far enough.
The House of Representatives passed a stopgap spending bill Tuesday night, which includes funding for healthcare programs.
Doctors’ groups added their voices to those calling for tougher gun control laws following a mass shooting in Las Vegas.
If they didn’t like the healthcare bill passed by the House in May, the medical community had no kinder words for Senate Republicans' draft version.
President Trump’s decision yesterday to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement endangers human health, a number of medical groups said.
Physicians were well-represented among the throngs at last weekend’s March for Science, which was recognized in 600 cities worldwide.
Provider groups came out strongly against the GOP’s proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA), and many cheered Congress’ decision to pull the bill on Friday in the wake of strong opposition.