The most important way to reduce health problems and deaths attributable to climate change is to wind down fossil fuel extraction, according to a new report from The Lancet.
Menstrual cycle phases can influence individuals’ blood glucose levels—raising new possibilities for diabetes care, according to new research from Harvard Chan School.
As North Korea reopens its international borders after two years of near-total closure, ensuring that children there get access to life-saving vaccines should be a public health priority, according to Hyung Joon Kim, a DrPH student at Harvard Chan School.
The Health and Human Rights Journal has a new editor-in-chief— Joseph Amon of Drexel University.
Organizations should be thinking about how to monitor the air quality in their workspaces in real time, according to healthy buildings expert Joseph Allen.
If you have a loved one who is experiencing mental distress—and they have a gun—there are ways you can help protect them from harming themselves or others, according to experts.
Loneliness is a natural feeling that should not be considered shameful, and there are some relatively simple ways to reduce it, according to Jeremy Nobel.
Researchers had followed Alaska Airlines flight attendants before and after their new uniforms were introduced, and documented an increase in allergic symptoms and other health complaints.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, “fundamental shifts” have taken place in how businesses, governments, scientific and medical communities, and the general public think about indoor air, according to Harvard Chan School’s Joe Allen.
The EPA is set to propose new regulations on lead pipes—a move that is decades too late, according to Harvard Chan School’s Ronnie Levin.