Obesity, diabetes, heart disease
Happiness & health: Are good moods good medicine?
A new avenue of public health explores whether a sunny outlook could mean fewer colds and less heart disease
Public health takes aim at sugar and salt
Evidence has mounted that too much sugar and salt—often hidden in beverages, processed foods, and restaurant fare—harms health
Obesity in China portends a diabetic disaster
Can brown rice blunt an epidemic?
Heart disease: The impact of genetics, stress, and lifestyle
Every heart attack survivor has a story
Mystery of the metabolic supermice
A rare mouse gene variant casts light on obesity’s human toll
Wave of the future
Mining the human genome for links to disease
Taking a novel tack, HSPH researchers uncover an obesity gene
Photograph: Kent Dayton-HSPH