The Harvard Public Health Review Fall 2003

Leaning in the Right Direction
Somalia. Afghanistan. Kosovo. Wherever health and human rights are threatened, you'll find Professor Jennifer Leaning on the ground offering her unique perspective on complex humanitarian crises and her insight on what can be done about them.

Dean's Message

Taking On The SARS Challenge
Faculty research helps affected countries plan containment programs


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In the Line of Fires
Understanding the health effects of oil fires in the Gulf

Here's To Your Health
More on alcohol's positive health benefits h benefits

Hearts & Hormones
Conflicting data on postmenopausal hormone therapy raises thorny questions

What Does the Public Know? Just Ask.
Pinpointing--and correcting--deficits in the public's health knowledge

Doing Justice to Public Health
Splicing together the methods of legal scholars and public health experts

677 Huntington Avenue

Zoning in on Peace
Middle school program encourages violence prevention

Pssst: Cancer's Preventable. Pass It On.
The Internet is just one of many ways to spread the word

Is There an Ethicist in the House?
School's two new ethicists address big public health issues

APIN Attacks Nigeria's AIDS Advance
HSPH-Nigerian initiatives train leaders and controls HIV's spread

Caution: Work Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
Bike messengers, farmers and truckers offer occupational health lessons

Alumni

Always Something to Do
Efforts in Tanzania focus on children’s mental and physical health

Taking Care of Those Who Fly
Alum is newly appointed surgeon general for the U.S. Air Force

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