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New PCD Menthol Collection Now Available
New PCD Collection Now Available

Our newest collection highlights the role of public health, surveillance, and evidence-based interventions to address the use of menthol and other flavored commercial tobacco products in the US. Explore the articles within.

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May is National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

New research shows how to use results from randomized controlled trials to predict the effect of expanding intervention access to children with asthma. View the available data.

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Publish With PCD

Visit the "Calls for Papers" section of our website to view our current publication opportunities and see if your manuscript is a good fit for PCD.

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Be a Part of PCD's Upcoming Collection on the Effects of Screen Time

Learn how to submit your work to be considered for our upcoming collection addressing screen-time effects on mental health, physical activity, nutrition, and sleep.

Volume 21

ISSN: 1545-1151

Recent Collections

PCD collections group together published articles under specific topics and themes for rapid dissemination to our readers. Selected collections also include a related PCD Sound Bite podcast.

From Data to Action: National, State & Local Efforts to End Menthol and Other Flavored Commercial Tobacco Product UseMapping Chronic Disease In the United StatesPCD 2023 Student Paper ContestImplementation Evaluation: Assessing Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Impact of Public Health ProgramsState and Local Health Departments: Research, Surveillance, and Evidence-Based Public Health PracticesSleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Chronic DiseaseHealth Equity in Action: Research, Evaluation, Policy, and PracticeCombating Racism Through Research, Training, Practice, and Public Health Policies

Visual Abstracts

Addressing the Promotion of Menthol Tobacco Products in Black Communities
Kids Are Drinking Sugar-Sweetened Beverages at a Young Age