Two experts affiliated with Harvard Chan School, Galit Alter and Ashish Jha, were named among the Boston Globe’s 2020 Bostonians of the Year for their efforts during the pandemic.
There is no need to constantly disinfect surfaces to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, according to experts.
When coronavirus pandemic lockdowns forced widespread business disruptions, workers lost some of their sense of belonging and connection, according to Harvard Chan School’s Eileen McNeely.
Aligning school lunch guidelines in the U.S. with recommendations from the EAT-Lancet Commission could help fight climate change, improve nutrition among children, and lower … Continue reading “Modifying school lunch guidelines could fight climate change, improve child health”
Researchers, industry leaders, and policymakers should work to build trust in COVID-19 vaccines among communities of color—and, beyond that, should seek to include these communities as equal partners in the research enterprise, according to new commentary.
Public health experts have criticized the Trump administration’s decision not to strengthen regulations for fine particulate air pollution.
Frontline health care workers, residents of nursing homes and long-term-care facilities, emergency workers, and staff and residents of prisons and homeless shelters will be among the first to receive COVID-19 vaccinations in Massachusetts.
A group of experts in health, education and the economy is calling for common, comprehensive action across U.S. states to fight COVID-19.
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, a student at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, is one of five recipients of Sports Illustrated’s “Sportsperson of the Year” … Continue reading “Doctor, student, ‘Sportsperson of the Year’”
Aviva Musicus, SD ’20, postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Nutrition, was named to Forbes magazine’s 2021 “30 Under 30” list in the health care category.