Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
Rates of vaccination for the human papillomavirus are on the rise among children in the U.S., but still fall short of national goals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacted a dramatic mental health toll on health care workers, including Lorna Breen, a physician and director of the emergency … Continue reading “Opinion: Health care workers need more mental health support”
President Trump reportedly minimized the danger of the coronavirus last winter to avoid causing panic. Harvard Chan experts say that was the wrong thing to do.
The Lancet COVID-19 Commission outlined challenges and offered recommendations regarding the coronavirus pandemic in a September 14 statement.
A recent book about healthy buildings co-authored by Harvard Chan School’s Joseph Allen was featured in a New Yorker article by Harvard University historian Jill Lepore.
Get your flu shot this year. That’s the strong advice from health experts worried that a double whammy of the flu plus COVID-19 could lead to an overtaxed health care system.
Children diagnosed with malaria in nine sub-Saharan African often did not receive recommended care, and as many as 20% of children diagnosed with malaria … Continue reading “Significant gaps in care persist for children diagnosed with malaria in sub-Saharan Africa”
A work requirement policy imposed by the state of Arkansas on Medicaid participants failed to achieve its stated goal of boosting employment, according to … Continue reading “Arkansas’ Medicaid work requirement policy failed, study finds”
Fast and easy coronavirus testing could help the U.S. get back to some semblance of normalcy during the coronavirus pandemic, according to surgeon, writer, and public health researcher Atul Gawande.