Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Read all about it!

Stories of your public health work are making it well beyond the walls of this year’s convention center. Reporters from the around the nation — and world — have been covering the research coming out of the 141st APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition and bringing your messages of good health and prevention directly to the masses. Below is just a snapshot of this year’s media coverage. For more news from the Annual Meeting, visit APHA’s Public Health Newswire.

Gap seen in exposure to smoke on the job, Boston Globe

Internet can help mums prevent kids' obesity: Study, Times of India

Talking to Partners About STDs Often Awkward: Survey, Newsday

Gabriel Scally: A grotesque parody of fairness, BMJ Group Blogs

Gun Injury Hospitalizations Cost $75k on Average, Becker’s Hospital Review

On the Table: For loads of fiber, eat more beans, News & Observer

Tai Chi and Exercise Keep Seniors Upright, Medscape Medical News

Professor Who Links Nutrition to Birth Defects Honored by the March of Dimes, Sacramento Bee

Fast food companies still target kids with marketing for unhealthy products, ScienceBlog

Kanawha health officials present new app, Charleston Daily Mail

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