MỹDzung Chu, PhD '20, explores the health impacts of housing inequities and advocates for housing security in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood.
There are significant data collection gaps around the LGBTQI+ population’s health and well-being.
Scavenger hunts, socially distanced pumpkin carving, outdoor games and parades, and virtual costume contests are among the options parents can consider for their kids’ Halloween activities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dust in buildings with older furniture is more likely to contain traces of toxic compounds called PFASs than dust in buildings with newer furniture, according to a new study from Harvard Chan School.
Black reparations for slavery are a long-overdue approach to mitigating persistent disparities between Blacks and whites in the United States, according to a Perspective article in the New England Journal of Medicine co-authored by Harvard Chan School’s Mary…