One expert explains why the threat of Zika at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics is actually quite low.
In this week’s episode: A new study finds that induced labor is not linked with autism risk, plus the global rise in the use of air conditioning, and how our jobs impact our health.
In this week’s episode: The new study refuting the so-called “obesity paradox,” plus the world gathers to formulate a response to the HIV epidemic, and why light pollution could make spring arrive earlier.
In a special episode we examine how the state of Tennessee is taking action to more accurately track police deaths and police killings—and explore how that could lead to changes in how police forces operate.
In this week’s podcast we explore what it will take to encourage more people in the U.S. to hit the road on their bikes.
In this week’s podcast: A major Supreme Court ruling on abortion, plus the “bugs” riding the subway with you, and some healthy swaps for your July 4th cookout.
In this week’s podcast: The Harvard Chan School community stands in solidarity with the victims of a horrific mass shooting in Orlando, FL.
In this week’s podcast: The push to reduce the amount of salt in processed foods, plus new research that could offer a way to prevent Zika virus and a range of other diseases, and why many students don’t have easy access to water in school.
In this week’s podcast: The “superbug” that is igniting new concerns over antibiotic resistance, plus the common chemicals linked to health problems in women, and the global toll of slavery.
May 27, 2016—Check out a slideshow of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Commencement events on May 25-26. Additional coverage Students urged to … Continue reading “Commencement 2016 Slideshow”