American Public Health Association
AJPH February 2016 Issue
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Dear AJPH subscriber,

AJPH has some fabulous new features!

We have more news, reviews, letters, and opinion editorials in addition to the latest peer reviewed research. We also have a new look, a redesigned table of contents and simplified titles and abstracts to make it easier to browse through each issue. More than ever, we give you access to the authors with podcasts, blogs and videos.

Visit ajph.org to see these and other articles from our February edition:

Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Children Associated with the Flint Drinking Water Crisis: Application of Spatial Analysis to Determine Risk and Prioritize Public Health Response


“Paris Thin”: A Call to Regulate Life-Threatening Starvation of Runway Models in the US Fashion Industry

Empowering Communities

Projecting the Unmet Need and Costs for Contraception Services after Health Care Reform

Historical Influences on Contemporary Smoking and its Complications by Northern Plains and Southwestern American Indians

See all our articles and podcasts on our Table of Contents

Be on the lookout for more innovations as we continue to explore new ways to interact with our readers. 
 

The new AJPH includes:
  • Editorials
  • Perspectives
  • Policy
  • Ethics
  • History
  • Practice
  • Research

AJPH is the official journal of the American Public Health Association. APHA members get full access to the Journal.

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Sincerely,
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Alfredo Morabia, MD, PhD
Editor-in-chief
American Journal of Public Health  
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