Because the coronavirus pandemic affects nearly every aspect of our lives, it will have long-lasting impacts and could be particularly difficult for young people coming of age, according Harvard Chan School’s Karestan Koenen.
Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
Given the sharp uptick in coronavirus cases in the U.S. this fall, families shouldn’t hold large in-person gatherings, say experts. And Black families should be especially vigilant because Black Americans have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
The physical, psychological, and financial burdens of the COVID-19 pandemic have made it harder for many Americans to focus on their well-being and ability … Continue reading “Op-ed: Make room to flourish, even during a pandemic”
A panel of experts discussed how to restore public confidence in vaccines at a November 17, 2020 event hosted by the Human Immunomics Initiative.
A massive public education campaign is underway to convince people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
States across the U.S. should consider following the lead of Oregon, which recently passed a ballot initiative decriminalizing the personal possession of all drugs, according to Harvard Chan School’s Mary Bassett.
A multi-pronged public health strategy—including a national testing plan that uses widespread frequent rapid antigen tests—has the potential to stop the spread of the coronavirus, according to Harvard Chan School’s Michael Mina.
Three types of interventions aimed at increasing human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine coverage are all cost-effective.
A biomarker in a gene called TRIM27 appears to be associated with survival rates in patients with certain types of lung cancer, according to … Continue reading “Biomarker linked with lung cancer survival rates could aid in prognosis”