Despite progress made toward widespread early childhood vaccination in India, northeastern parts of the country and certain states account for most of the children who aren’t getting routine shots, according to a new study co-authored by researchers from Harvard Chan School.
Former professional football players with a history of concussions may have elevated risk for high blood pressure, according to a new study.
Despite recent reassuring findings, many doctors remain reluctant to prescribe hormone replacement therapy.
Last year, there were several high-profile instances of health professionals from Africa being denied visas to enter countries that were hosting global health conferences they’d been invited to. In response, there have been increasing calls to hold the conferences in low- and middle-income nations instead of in high-income ones.
Introducing an effective new tuberculosis vaccine in low- and middle-income countries could lead to billions of dollars in potential health and economic benefits, according to a modeling study led by Harvard Chan School.
Why, where, and how people seek to spend time in nature has to do with where they live, their childhood experiences in the outdoors, and barriers to engaging with nature, according to Harvard Chan School’s Linda Powers Tomasso.
Women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and members of the LBGTQ+ community are much more likely than other groups to distrust their healthcare providers and the healthcare system in general, according to polling commissioned by Sanofi.
Ending the COVID-19 public health emergency, which the Biden administration plans to do in May 2023, could make it harder for some people—depending on their health insurance status—to access free vaccines and COVID-19 tests and treatments, according to experts.
Noise pollution is a growing problem that can lead to sleep disruption and insomnia as well as chronic health conditions such as heart disease, cognitive impairment, depression, and anxiety, according to experts.
Ten experts recently told the New York Times which false ideas about nutrition they would like to dispel. One of those experts—Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Sara Bleich—said that she’d like to dispel the myth that “Fresh fruits and vegetables are always healthier than canned, frozen or dried varieties.”