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APHA Get Ready Day: How preparation can save lives (including your own)

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Alexander Langmuir: A Titan of Public Health

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Public-Private Partnerships: A contentious issue that demands discussion

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Do rising rates of antidepressant prescription translate into lower rates of suicide? Evidence from 29 countries

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Heading to #CPHA13

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History of Epidemiology: Jonas Salk and The Eradication of Polio

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Cultural Comic Books for Educating Asian Americans about Hepatitis B

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Patient Zero: The origins of disease

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Selling Science: Marketing Public Health Messages

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Immigration Reform: A Second Chance for Undocumented Immigrant Health?

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