Topic: Public Health Agencies
The Surgeon General directed his warning specifically at the two populations amid a changing landscape of marijuana laws and attitudes in states across the U.S., as well as growing concerns about youth vaping.
New York City has kicked off an initiative that aims to connect the city’s 600,000 uninsured residents with care.
CVS Health and Aetna Foundations are launching a new campaign to fight the increase in youth smoking with e-cigarettes.
Massachusetts General Hospital announced the launch of the new Mass General Center for Gun Violence Prevention this week.
Methamphetamine use is surging in parts of the U.S., leaving first responders and addiction treatment providers struggling to handle a rising need.
Gavin Newsom wants to provide health coverage to low-income young adults who are in the U.S. illegally, but this would siphon public health funds.
An expert panel testified about possible solutions to combat drops in vaccine rates in some areas of the country.
AHIP is pushing back on a proposed "public charge" rule that it says could have huge health and economic consequences.
At the Public Health Law Conference last week, legal experts discussed why data laws can make cross-sector public health research a challenge.
An article in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law argues that public health efforts in the U.S. outperform those in England and France.