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Why Public Health? Nayana Vootakuru

April 2011 — In our new series “Why Public Health?” we ask Harvard School of Public Health students to talk about why they chose…

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HSPH Tango Club

March 2011 — Founded by Martha and Pracha Eamranond in 2005, the Harvard School of Public Health Tango Club meets once a week, offering beginner and…

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Racial and ethnic inequalities

John McDonough, director of the Center for Public Health Leadership, discusses his recent op-ed in the The Baltimore Sun that said repealing last year’s health care reform law…

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Genes and prostate cancer in men

Lorelei Mucci, associate professor of epidemiology, was a co-author of a Nature study that identified genes that may help determine which men are likely to…

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Improving Americans’ health literacy

January 2011 — Why do hospitals have signs for the “nephrology department” when patients with kidney disease who need that department’s services are unlikely…

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Thank you

December 2010 — Thank you to all who have given their support to HSPH students this year.

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Sodium intake in U.S.

Adam Bernstein, research fellow in the Department of Nutrition, discusses sodium intake in the U.S. adult population. December 10, 2010 (3:04) Please click the player…

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BPA exposure in pregnant women

Joseph Braun, research fellow in the Department of Environmental Health, discusses BPA exposure in pregnant women. November 3, 2010 (5:48) Please click the player icon…

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