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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While rates of daily marijuana use were lowest among nonsmokers, they also grew the fastest, according to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, which the authors of the AJPH study used in their findings.
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.
To access studies and podcasts from AJPH, visit www.
Caption: Fighting among youth is down overall, according to research from AJPH.
Caption: Photo by Bowdenimages, courtesy iStockphoto An AJPH study showed that when Hispanic women watched culturally relevant videos on grocery shopping, their healthy buying habits were improved, showing promise for health.
APHA members have full access to content on the AJPH website via their member passwords.
In a study published in the April issue of AJPH, researchers studied North Carolina Early Head Start, an early education program for low-income children under 3 years old and their families, and their likelihood of using dental care.
In a study published in the March issue of AJPH, researcher Lindsey Rose Bullinger, MPA, of Indiana University, examined recent policy changes in minimum wage across the U.
In a study published in the February issue of AJPH, researchers found that among boys and girls in the Florida juvenile justice system from 2009 to 2015, those who had high adverse childhood experience scores were more susceptible to exploitation in human trafficking.
According to new research in the February issue of AJPH, there are substantial racial and ethnic disparities in how many and which people are killed by police intervention.
Published in the January issue of AJPH, researchers assessed the results of an April 2012 partial repeal of Michigan's universal motorcycle helmet law, allowing riders 21 and older to ride without a helmet if they have a valid license and a $20,000 vehicle insurance supplement.