Preventing Chronic Disease
A new study shows that first-generation Filipino immigrants were less likely to report type 2 diabetes than subsequent generations who were born in the US or had parents born in the US. Learn more.
PCD is interested in publishing peer-reviewed papers offering insights into the roles of public health, medicine, and policy to combat all forms of racism through research, training, practice, and public health policies. Learn more.
Many celebrate Thanksgiving this week, but November 25 is also National Family Health History Day. Researchers report that less than one-third of Americans said they knew their family cancer history very well. Learn why knowing your family health history is important.
Manuscripts for these collections may be submitted at any time; however, each collection has its own final submission date. Accepted manuscripts are published on a rolling basis in the order in which they are received.
- COVID-19 & Chronic Diseases: Burden, Access to Care, Community Engagement, and Partnerships
- Geospatial Perspectives on the Intersection of Chronic Disease and COVID-19
- 2022 PCD Publishing Opportunity for Students
- Public Health and Medicine: Combating Racism Through Research, Training, Practice, and Public Health Policies
- Health Equity in Action: Research, Policy, and Practice
- Global Responses to Prevent, Manage, and Control Cardiovascular Disease
- Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Chronic Disease