Harvard Public Health Review
The scientific basis of health decision-making
Smart health and safety policies are grounded in quantitative research.
Amid controversy and media hype, HSPH's analysis of risk to the U.S. suggests the disease's spread would be limited
As mercury levels rise, what are the risks and benefits of eating fish?
What Price Health?
Cost-effectiveness analysis seeks to maximize health care dollars.
Communication helps public separate real dangers, false alarms.
A study asks: How best to lose weight and keep it off?
Canaries in the Coal
Youth violence mirrors society's larger ills
Getting Health Reform
There's no quick fix for broken systems, say HSPH experts
Middle Ground in the Elections
This election, little middle ground exists between Republicans and Democrats
Curbing 20 health risks to boost global life expectancy
Passive smoking discovery one step in career journey
Crisis of Confidence
HSPH offers crash course to restore trust in U.S. health care
Polio Vaccine Turns
HSPH contributions key to this public health milestone
Taking Quality's Measure
New studies cite strengths, shortcomings in U.S. health care
One physician's quiet quest to end female circumcision
Alumni and students forge fruitful relationships
Letters from Albania
Alumna weaves safety net for vulnerable Albanian children
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