AJPH

AcronymDefinition
AJPHAmerican Journal of Public Health
AJPHAmerican Journal of Psychiatry (Arlington, VA)
AJPhAmerican Journal of Philology
AJPHAustralian Journal of Politics and History (Wiley-Blackwell publication)
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For his AJPH paper and a book due out next year, he reviewed carcinogenicity assessments by what he calls the "gold standard" adjudicator: the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), headquartered in Lyon, France.
The week of 24 September-1 October 2004, Goehl, Sidibe and AJPH editor-in-chief Mary E.
Black women who are abused are also at greater risk for other health issues, according to research published in the April issue of AJPH.
People with disabilities are unrecognized as having health disparities, despite being at higher risk for multiple health issues, according to AJPH research.
Youth who have a negative event occur in their lives are more likely to have sex, according to a study published in the March issue of AJPH.
Research indicates that despite exercise, a person's daily movement is a major indicator of their bodily function, according to a study published in the March issue of AJPH.
Letter grades for food safety prompted New York City restaurants to raise their hygiene game, according to a study published in the March issue of AJPH.
Morabia brings "a drive to enhance public health discourse, discovery and impact through publication of robust peer-reviewed research," to AJPH, said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, who is also the journal's publisher.
Mandatory calorie information labels on menus can lead to greater awareness, but there is still work to be done, according to a recent AJPH study.
Treatment services for older adults living with substance abuse issues can work for medical and non-medical services, according to research recently published in AJPH.
Adult health center patients are more likely to smoke than other Americans, but they want to quit, according to a study published in the January issue of AJPH.