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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
- Midwest faces increase in ticks carrying Lyme diseaseA research study highlighted in The Nation’s Health, discusses how Lyme-disease carrying ticks in Iowa have increased from 8 percent to 23.5 percent between 1998 and 2013 and have expanded in nearby states, such as …September 1, 2017
- 10 Policies to Prevent and Respond to Childhood Lead ExposureA recent report by the Pew Charitable Trusts shares findings from an assessment of the risks communities face and key federal, state, and local solutions.August 30, 2017
- Current and future trends in tuberculosis incidence in New York City: A dynamic modelling analysisA new study about trends of tuberculosis incidence recently published their findings in the Lancet. They found that demographic and declining transmission are not sufficient explanations for trends in tuberculosis incidence in New York City.August 23, 2017
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