Long COVID is not a new phenomenon, but rather another form of a previously known syndrome—and applying lessons learned from that syndrome could help with treatment, according to an op-ed in STAT co-authored by Harvard Chan School’s Michelle Williams.
Orthostatic hypotension—a sudden drop in blood pressure upon standing up, resulting in dizziness—may be linked to a higher risk of developing dementia, according to a new Harvard Chan School study.
People with childhood trauma may be more likely to experience headache disorders as adults, according to a new meta-analysis co-authored by Harvard Chan School.
When approached by children with questions about the Israel-Hamas war, parents and teachers should center conversations on empathy, says Harvard Chan School’s Claude Bruderlein.
Access to new weight loss drugs is in the hands of drugs companies, pharmacy benefit managers, and health insurers—leaving experts wondering about the future of health costs and outcomes among patients with obesity.
Engaging with pro-gun communities to promote the safe storage of guns may be key to decreasing rates of suicide, according to experts from Harvard Chan School.
Monitoring wastewater for signs of the influenza virus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) could help public officials better respond to upcoming surges this fall and winter, according to Harvard Chan School’s Bill Hanage.
A new Harvard Chan School study has identified a group of metabolites associated with risk of mortality, and another group linked with longevity.
For the past eight months, social media influencers with millions of followers have been connecting with experts at Harvard Chan School toward the goal of improving online content about mental health.
Trees provide a host of benefits, according to experts—they can combat extreme heat, expand access to nature, reduce people’s stress and blood pressure levels, promote physical activity, improve and foster community pride.