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- WPHRN at the WPHA-WALHDAB 2017 Annual ConferenceThe WPHRN is excited to be an exhibitor at the WPHA-WALHDAB 2017 Annual Conference. This conference is a great opportunity to connect with current and future WPHRN members. If you are at the conference, please …May 24, 2017
State and National News
- 19-Year-Olds As Sedentary As 60-Year-Olds, Study SuggestsJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health reports study findings about activity levels across the lifespan. Increases in activity levels were only found to occur in young adults over age 20.June 21, 2017
- How Repealing and Replacing the ACA Could Reduce Access to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Parity ProtectionsThe Urban Institute in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation conducted an analysis and found that American Health Care Act (AHCA) could potentially limit access to mental health treatment.June 12, 2017
- Statement from Richard Besser, MD, on CBO Score of AHCAThis statement from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is in response to the Congressional Budget Office estimate that 23 million people will lose coverage by 2026 under the American Health Care Act.May 24, 2017
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