Lessons can be learned from how Japan’s regionalized public health system has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, say experts.
Women who are pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic may be at risk of developing serious mental health problems, including depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Just one or two servings of whole grains per day may help reduce diabetes risk.
Positive early trial results from two coronavirus vaccine candidates are “very exciting,” according to Harvard Chan School’s Barry Bloom.
As a result of the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, one in five U.S. households lacks adequate food.
Schools can reopen in the U.S., but it would be best to continue online learning in places with high levels of COVID-19 transmission until community spread of the disease can be lowered, according to Harvard Chan School Dean Michelle Williams.
Schools can reopen in the fall—but only if a lot of hard work is done in advance to curb the spread of the coronavirus and to make school buildings safer, according to Harvard Chan School experts.
Rapid testing, an effective quarantine and contact tracing system, wide availability of face masks, regular communication with the public, and enforcement for those who don’t follow social distancing rules have all helped Taiwan reopen safely amid the coronavirus.
Harvard Chan School faculty member Howard Koh speaks about his life and career in public health in an interview in Yale Medicine Magazine.
Trump administration immigration rules may be discouraging low-income families from getting health insurance, medical care, food benefits, or public housing, according to a new study from Harvard Chan School researchers.