A new international task force is aimed at stopping new diseases like COVID-19 from spreading from animals to humans.
Michelle Williams discussed the importance of the field of public health and how racism is a public health issue.
Mixtures of toxic metals in umbilical cord blood were associated with reduced birth size, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan researchers.
A collaboration between Colorado Mesa University and the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard has yielded “the most sophisticated system in the country to … Continue reading “At a small Colorado university, COVID tracking goes high-tech”
A group of 18 scientists, including Harvard Chan’s Marc Lipsitch, called for a “proper investigation” into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.
A recent lawsuit by three doctors alleges that U.S. Department of Agriculture guidance suggesting that Americans consume three servings of dairy each day contradicts current scientific and medical knowledge and is harmful to the quarter of Americans who are lactose-intolerant.
Poverty and mental illness can go hand in hand, with financial troubles leading to depression and anxiety, which in turn can make it difficult for people to succeed financially.
Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area has experienced significant job growth in the past decade and now accounts for 1 out of every 10 … Continue reading “How Boston’s Longwood area emerged as a hub of economic growth”
A new toolkit created by a team at Ariadne Labs aims to help increase public confidence in COVID-19 vaccines.
Exposure to fine particulate air pollution has been linked with significantly increased risk of autism spectrum disorder in children, particularly if exposure occurs during the third trimester of pregnancy or during early childhood, according to a meta-analysis from Harvard Chan School.