Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Orfeu Buxton served as PI on a recently published paper in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine that investigated the effect of work-related stress, sleep deficiency, and physical activity on 10-year cardiometabolic risk among an all-female worker population.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated researchers Ichiro Kawachi, MD, Ph.D., and former RWJF scholar Alexander Tsai, MD, Ph.D., are authors of a large study that examined the link between fatty acid intake and suicide, which sets it apart from the majority of similar studies of its size which focused more on just depression.
Harvard Pop Center-affiliated faculty member SV Subramanian (Subu), Ph.D., is an author on a study “The Influence of Social Capital on Individual Health: Is it the Neighbourhood or the Network?” published in Social Indicators Research.
The ban of Donald Sterling from the NBA for racist comments has generated increased conversation about the presence and impact of racism in the U.S. The Harvard Pop Center’s affiliated faculty member sociologist David Williams is one of several experts who share their insights in this feature in The Montreal Gazette.
This recent feature in the Harvard Gazette is a comprehensive read on the issues, experts and outlooks that were a part of the Harvard Pop Center’s 50th Anniversary Symposium titled “Reimagining Societies in the Face of Demographic Change.”
According to a recent study co-authored by Harvard Pop Center-affiliated faculty members Matthew W. Gillman, MD, SM, and Elsie M. Taveras, MD, MPH, more TV viewing (and among racial/ethnic minority children, the presence of a bedroom TV) was associated with shorter sleep from infancy to mid-childhood.