One for the Road

March 30, 2013 — This Day, Nigeria: “As a practical and ethical matter, a designated driver is a person who abstains from alcohol on a social occasion in order to drive his or her companions home safely as an alternative to driving under the influence….This concept was imported to the United States…through the Harvard Alcohol … Continue reading “One for the Road”

Rolling Back the War on Vaccines

How did one of medicine’s greatest achievements become a lightning rod for controversy? Jay Winsten, Associate Dean and Director of the Center for Health Communication at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, co-authored an Op/Ed published February 7, 2013 in The Wall Street Journal with Emily Serazin, a principal at The Boston Consulting … Continue reading “Rolling Back the War on Vaccines”