In this week’s episode, we’ll take a look at efforts to figure out what is driving rising C-section rates, and what can be done to prevent them.
In this week’s episode we’re revisiting two stories on important mental health issues.
In a new advisory the American Heart Association (AHA) strongly urges people to swap out saturated fats in favor of healthier unsaturated fats.
A new study of 60 million Americans is strengthening the link between air pollution and premature death.
Dry cleaning is an industry that dates back to the 1600s—when turpentine was used to clean fabrics. But now it’s an industry in transition amid growing demand for dry cleaning solvents that are less harmful to humans and the environment.
In this week’s podcast we explore a new discovery in the fight against tuberculosis (TB). It’s a disease that infects more than 10 million people a year—killing nearly two million.
In this week’s episode, we speak with Marcia Castro, associate professor of demography in the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard Chan School. With Castro’s help, we’ll take a look at the lingering impact of Zika, what we’ve learned about the virus, and the likelihood of new cases as we enter summer in the United States.
Health officials in Minnesota are now grappling with that state’s largest measles outbreak in several decades. In this week’s podcast, we get perspective on the outbreak from childhood vaccine expert Marie McCormick.
May 26, 2017—Check out a slideshow of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Commencement events on May 24-25. Additional coverage Harvard Chan graduates … Continue reading “Commencement 2017 Slideshow”
May 26, 2017 – Check out photos from the 2017 Commencement ceremony at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Click on thumbnails to … Continue reading “Commencement Day 2017 Photo Gallery”