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COVID-19 may lead to more maternal deaths among blacks, Latinos

Maternal mortality—the death of a woman during pregnancy or shortly after delivery—has hit racial minorities, particularly African Americans, hard for decades. Now, experts worry that the COVID-19 pandemic is making the situation worse, according to a May 14,…

Helping vulnerable children thrive

Aisha Yousafzai, associate professor of global health, is the principal investigator of two large randomized controlled trials focused on early childhood development in Pakistan—Pakistan Early Child Development Scale-Up (PEDS) and Youth Leaders for Early Childhood Assuring Children are…

Climate in the clinic

Physicians, health leaders discuss how to address the health impacts of climate change February 19, 2020 – Climate change—and how it affects health—should be front and center for doctors, health care workers, and hospitals. That was the key…

Improving maternal environments to boost health everywhere

Researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are part of a new collaborative effort aimed at improving maternal health around the world by reducing toxic environments such as air pollution, stress, under-employment, lack of support and…