A new Vogue magazine video features Harlem-based fashion designer Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day and Harvard Chan School’s Mary Bassett discussing the importance of getting COVID-19 vaccines.
Just because a particular health care service is considered not cost effective doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be used, according to a recent article co-authored by Harvard Chan School’s Ankur Pandya.
Eating two servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables every day is the right mix for longevity, according to a large new study from researchers from Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.
Women who experienced high blood pressure during pregnancy had a higher risk of dying prematurely from heart disease, according to a new study led … Continue reading “Hypertension during pregnancy associated with heightened risk of early death”
Combining healthy lifestyle habits, such as exercising, avoiding smoking, and eating healthy, can lead to positive changes in an individual’s cholesterol profile that are … Continue reading “How healthy lifestyles and cholesterol medications can work together to improve heart health”
Democrats’ and Republicans’ profound divisions on key issues of health care policy will play a large role in how the Biden administration and Congress address these issues in the near future, according to a new article by Harvard Chan School experts.
People with obesity who catch COVID-19 are more likely to be admitted to the hospital and to die from the disease than those at lower weights, evidence suggests.
Recent polling suggests that many Americans are undecided about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, but the polls also offers insights about how to encourage greater acceptance of vaccines, according to experts from Harvard Chan School.
States across the U.S. are easing COVID-19 restrictions. But experts from Harvard Chan School say that the rollbacks are happening too soon, noting that recent declines in the number of new COVID-19 cases are slowing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a boon for telehealth, according to reports. A March 1, 2021 Slate article noted that while telehealth has been … Continue reading “Telehealth poised for long-term gains after pandemic”