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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health

February 5, 2016 — In our new podcast series, Harvard Chan: This Week in Health, we’ll bring you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global…

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Expanding cervical cancer screenings

August 2015- Each year there are more than 500,000 cases of cervical cancer around the world, leading to the deaths of 300,000 women. 85%…

Rose Filoramo PhD '17 and Lester Kobzik

Unraveling the mystery of sepsis

July 2015 – Sepsis kills more than 500,000 Americans each year, but in some ways it remains a mystery to both researchers and doctors.…

Anna Sinaiko

Tiered physician networks

April 2014 – Anna Sinaiko, research scientist in the Department of Health Policy and Management, discusses tiered physician networks and their effect on how…

Kate Baicker ACA Podcast

The ACA and jobs

February 2014 – Katherine Baicker, professor of health economics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, talks about the potential effects of the…

Winston Hide

Big data holds big potential

January 2014 – Winston Hide, associate professor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discusses the enormous promise big data holds for public…


The uninsured and Medicaid

August 2013 — HSPH Professor Katherine Baicker discusses the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, a unique study that evaluates the impact of covering the uninsured…


Breakfast and heart disease risk

  July 2013 — A new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers Leah Cahill and Eric Rimm finds that skipping…


Getting people the care they deserve

When alumna Bethany Holmes worked in a clinic for deaf patients, she was shocked by how few people could afford the care they need.…