During a June 22 panel discussion at Harvard Chan School, experts discussed the broad impacts of bans on gender-affirming care and shared approaches to fighting them.
A new podcast delves into what women can do to improve their health and wellbeing to boost their fertility, focusing on topics such as toxins in the home, diet, exercise, sex and intimacy, and mental health.
Katherine Tassiopoulos, senior research scientist in the Department of Epidemiology, explains the findings of a recent study on social support and viral suppression among young adults living with HIV.
Francesca Dominici—an expert on the short- and long-term health impacts linked with exposure to air pollution, and especially to wildfire smoke—answers questions about the smoke from Canadian wildfires that blanketed a large swath of the East Coast in early June, focusing on how smoke affects our health and how to stay safe on smoky days.
Amid a recent wave of policies targeting LGBTQ populations across the U.S., a Harvard collaborative focused on LGBTQ health is doubling down on its work.
Antón Castellanos Usigli, DrPH ’23, started an innovative digital outreach strategy to connect gay and bisexual men to sexual health services through dating apps.
Michael Dillon, MPH ’23, spent more than three decades managing mergers and acquisitions at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He combined his previous work experience with his Harvard Chan School education to launch a “second act”—advancing health equity for the LGBTQ community.
Disha Jhaveri, MPH ’23, a dentist, wants to use her public health degree to make a wider impact.
Anesthesiologist Jesse Ehrenfeld, MPH ’09, is ready to lead renovations to the “House of Medicine” as the American Medical Association’s new president.
Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child has illuminated the ways that early influences shape us for life. Now, it’s launching new efforts to give every child a healthy start.