Harvard Public Health: Winter 2013
In this issue
The road to health and well-being
How four HSPH alumni are helping Bhutan—the Himalayan home of “Gross National Happiness”—achieve its lofty goals
Also in this issue
Dean’s message: A legacy worth preserving
Building on our past, paving the way to a stronger future.
Off the cuff: Science of the spirit
Can public health researchers, objectively study spirituality? If so, how might their findings be applied?
Q&A: Distilling the truth about water
HSPH’s James Shine explains why access to safe water persists as a global health issue.
The prostate cancer predicament
For many men diagnose with prostate cancer, the treatment may be worse than the disease
Painting the big picture on a Navajo reservation
Once upon a time, Anne Newland wanted to go to film school. Instead she became a doctor with the federal Indian Health Service (IHS).