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In this week’s episode: why studies with “null” results can actually teach us a great deal about ways to improve public health.
One of the world’s leading researchers on health inequalities outlines vast disparities across the Americas—and explains how addressing the social determinants of health can help narrow those gaps.
Amid the growing scandal over Facebook’s use of personal information, this week’s podcast examines how the humanitarian field is grappling with ever-changing technology and increasing reliance on data and personal information.
Billions of dollars in global health aid are distributed around the world each year. But the process by which that funding is distributed is frequently difficult to understand.
Can we change how we age? That’s the question we explore with Will Mair.
David Hemenway discusses how a public health approach can be used to prevent gun violence.
A large new study of more than 1.3 million people finds high rates of diabetes and hypertension in India.
A new series of polls from the Harvard Opinion Research Program is shedding light on how Americans experience discrimination on a day-to-day basis.