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This is the first in a two-part series on how states are employing the concept of Health in All Policies to improve public health.Read More »

Report: Opportunistic Infections Still Kill Many Individuals with HIV-AIDS

July 02, 2015|1:56 p.m.| ASTHO Staff

A new study reviews 30 years of HIV/AIDS treatment, revealing progress and future challenges. Read More »

New Mexico Implements Efforts to Improve Mental Illness

July 02, 2015|11:58 a.m.| Jane Esworthy

Of New Mexico’s more than 2 million residents, close to 72,000 adults live with serious mental illness and approximately 22,000 children live with serious mental health conditions. Read More »

California Takes Step to Remove Personal and Religious Vaccine Exemptions

June 26, 2015|11:04 a.m.| ASTHO Staff

The recent measles outbreak touched off a pointed debate about the antivaccination movement, leading the California legislature to close vaccination exemptions. Read More »

Wisconsin and Arkansas Increase Hepatitis C Testing Rates for Older Adults

June 25, 2015|2:37 p.m.| ASTHO Staff

Two states used innovative strategies to implement CDC’s recommendation to test baby boomers for hepatitis C. Read More »

Supreme Court Upholds the Affordable Care Act’s Tax Subsidies

June 25, 2015|1:24 p.m.| Virgie Townsend

On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled to maintain the nationwide tax subsidies established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Read More »