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Professor Emeritus Bernard Lown, co-founder of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, in a 1996 photo.

Waging peace, saving lives

[ Spring/Summer 2011 ] A renowned physician explains how defeating militarism could solve global health problems. During his career, Harvard School of Public Health’s…

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Harvard Public Health: Winter 2011

In this issue Happiness & health The biology of emotion—and what it may teach us about helping people to live longer Do happier people…

Happiness & health

[ Winter 2011] The biology of emotion—and what it may teach us about helping people to live longer Could a sunny outlook mean fewer…

Dean’s message: The multiplying effect

[ Winter 2011] “Philanthropy” comes to us from the ancient Greek word “philanthropos,” which means “loving humankind.” Loving humankind. As flowery as that may sound…

Ramon Sanchez, SD '11, holds a flask filled with algae—a potential source of biofuel.

From pond to pump

[ Winter 2011] HSPH student sees the future of energy production—and cleaner, healthier skies—in tiny green algae Birds no longer fall dead out of the…

The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health

[ Winter 2011] School sets stage for global conversation with state-of-the-art webcasts. In November 2010, the School presented a preview of The Forum at Harvard School…

Lynn Rosenberg, Fernando Guerra, James Dalen, David Schottenfeld

Alumni award winners: What we know now

[ Winter 2011] We asked this year’s winners James Dalen, Fernando Guerra, Lynn Rosenberg, and David Schottenfeld: What do you know now about improving the public’s health that you didn’t…

Tola Ladejobi, MPH ’09, and Olumide Faniyan, MPH ’11

Alumni weekend 2010

[ Winter 2011] Friends and Colleagues Gather from around the World In a festive annual reunion, more than 100 Harvard School of Public Health alumni…