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Why ‘good’ cholesterol may not always be good

So-called “good cholesterol” is supposed to help unclog arteries, but recent research has shown there are different types and some don’t improve health, and may even harm it. Researcher Jeremy Furtado explains how he and colleagues figured it…

Coconut oil may not be as healthy as many people think it is

Health-conscious consumers would do well to skip coconut oil when cooking, according to Karin Michels, an adjunct professor of epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. During a recent lecture in Germany, Michels cautioned that coconut…

Social scientist

Allyson Morton, PhD ’18, studied the intricacies of cholesterol as a bench scientist, but as a ‘people person’ she also embraced opportunities to work with others at the School outside of the lab.