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The Status of Asthma in the United States

New research found that current asthma prevalence among adults increased significantly from 2013 through 2021 and decreased significantly among children from 2010 through 2021. Discover more in this week's PCD.

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New GIS Snapshots Now Available

The stroke transfer maps featured in this GIS Snapshots make it possible to clearly visualize the distances and times between hospitals by stroke certification status and identify the gaps in stroke systems of care. Learn more.

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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.

Policy, Systems, and Environmental Approaches in Chronic Disease Research and PracticeFrom 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

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