Harvard Public Health: Fall 2012
In this issue
Public health and the U.S. economy
How the next U.S. president can stack the deck in favor of people’s health and wealth in 2013
Also in this issue
Dean’s message: Health and wealth
Healthy people make for a healthier economy.
Quick updates about public health news from the Fall 2012 issue of Harvard Public Health.
Off the cuff: Starting a revolution
In May 2012, Winston Hide resigned from the editorial board of Genomics, protesting the exorbitant subscription fees that scientific journals charge.
The Six Cities air pollution study showed that when science triumphs, the public wins
Why do we age?
HSPH’s William Mair explores why we get frail as we get older
Working the system
HSPH alumnus Anthony Chen tackles the big issues in Washington State
Student Raphael Arku traded a lucrative job for a career cleaning up air and water in Ghana.
Infographic: The dollars and sense of chronic disease
Chronic diseases are the number one cause of death in the U.S.
- New scholarship supports doctoral students in nutrition, honors Willett
- Transformative education for public health leaders
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