In this week’s podcast we explore how doctors’ prescribing habits may be fueling the nation’s opioid epidemic—and what can be done to change that.
March 2017 “My name is Kale Kponee. I’m a third year joint doctor of science student in environmental health and epidemiology at the Harvard … Continue reading “Kalé Kponee shares her American narrative”
In this week’s podcast we explore the growing use of nanotechnology in food. We speak with one scientist who is at the forefront of research on how these microscopic particles may affect our health, both positively and negatively.
In February, our community came together to affirm our schools core values and record a message for students and scholars around the world.
In part four of our series on climate change and health we explore how environmental changes may have wide-ranging effects on mental health around the world.
In part three of our series on climate change and health we examine how environmental changes will affect not only the food we can grow, but how they will make what we’re already growing less nutritious.
In part two of our series on climate change and health we explore ways to communicate effectively about the issue. What can be done to convince skeptics? And we’ll explain why empathy might be the key to shifting the conversation.
In this week’s episode: Part one of our multi-part series looking at the links between climate change and health. In part one, we share an in-depth conversation about the effects of climate change and the steps we can take to reduce the damage.
In this week’s episode: Researchers say they’ve identified ways to boost the cognitive development of children in low- and middle-income countries, plus the challenge of funding basic science research.
In this week’s episode: The effects of new restrictions in the United States on refugees and immigrants.