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Harvard Aids Initiative 25th anniversary video

Harvard AIDS Initiative: The Movie

November 2013 — What starts as a story of death and ignorance becomes a chronicle of discovery and success. To mark its 25th anniversary,…

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Why Public Health? Natalie Meyers

In our video series “Why Public Health?” we ask Harvard School of Public Health students and alumni to talk about what drew them to…

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Life and death

From Infographic: Then and now Sources: Life expectancy then: No. HS-16, Expectation of Life at Birth by Race and Sex: 1900 to 2001. Historical Statistics, 2012…

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Habits and health

From Infographic: Then and now Sources: Diet then: Series C 128-155—Nutrition—Foods, Apparent Civilian Per Capita Consumption: 1849-1945. Historical Statistics of the United States, 1789-1945. Bureau…

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How We Lived

How we lived

From Infographic: Then and now Sources: Indoor plumbing then: Lutz, James D. Lest We Forget, a Short History of Housing in the United States. Berkeley:…

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Demographics

From Infographic: Then and now Sources: Education then and now: Percentage of persons age 25 and over with high school completion or higher and a bachelor’s or…

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Then and Now: We've come a long way

Infographic: Then and now

We’ve come a long way since the Harvard-MIT School for Health Officers opened its doors in 1913. Have a look at the changes in…

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The uninsured and Medicaid

August 2013 — HSPH Professor Katherine Baicker discusses the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, a unique study that evaluates the impact of covering the uninsured…

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Breakfast and heart disease risk

July 2013 — A new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers Leah Cahill and Eric Rimm finds that skipping breakfast…

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