Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
The odds are “reasonably high” that a coronavirus vaccine will be approved before the end of the year, according to Harvard Chan School’s Howard Koh.
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.
New research from the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard provides a snapshot of the COVID-19 pandemic’s toll on wellbeing in the U.S.
Fears related to the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest, and the upcoming election are contributing to record gun sales in the U.S.—and more guns to lead to more deaths, says a Harvard Chan expert.
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 Bassett.
Are Americans’ poor eating habits—which contribute to obesity—partly to blame for the country’s high rates of deaths from COVID-19?
A decline in the incidence of dementia may be due to improved management of cardiovascular risks, according to Harvard Chan School’s Albert Hofman.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused depression, anxiety, and loneliness to spike around the world, at a time when, according to the World Health Organization, many countries are experiencing disruptions and cutbacks in mental health services.
Voting is one of the most potent ways to effect large-scale change in public health, according to Michelle Williams, dean of Harvard T.H. Chan … Continue reading “Op-ed: Want to make the world a healthier place? Vote.”