Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
New food policies are urgently needed in the U.S., according to three nutrition experts from Harvard Chan School.
The public health response to the monkeypox outbreak has been marked by miscommunication in warning vulnerable groups about the virus and missteps in providing vaccine doses, according to DrPH candidate Antón Castellanos Usigli.
Amid the gloom and doom that typically shape news and discussions about climate change, a growing number of thought leaders are focusing instead on the positive efforts that are underway in the fight against global warming.
A new Lancet Commission report offers detailed policy recommendations aimed at reducing the dangers of COVID-19, forestalling the next pandemic, and enabling the world to proceed with goals of sustainable development, human rights, and peace.
Deep cleaning of airplanes is less prevalent now than it was during the beginning of the pandemic, but it won’t affect passengers’ health, according to experts.
Incidence of early onset cancers—including breast, colon, esophagus, kidney, liver, and pancreas—has been dramatically increasing around the world since 1990.
In a Perspective piece in the New England Journal of Medicine, two researchers argued that warning labels on alcohol containers should be updated to more clearly spell out alcohol’s potential harms.
Inflation ranked as the top concern of registered voters in a poll from Harvard Chan School and POLITICO—but guns and abortion are also major concerns for many voters, according to the poll.
Diets high in ultra-processed foods, such as sugary cereal and some frozen dinners and luncheon meats, have been linked to increased risk of obesity and chronic disease.