Given that nearly 40% of abortion patients are Black women, concerns have been raised that new restrictions on the procedure will result in more deaths in that group.
Melissa Bartick, an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and an MPH student at Harvard Chan School, studied whether not breastfeeding could be one possible explanation for demographic disparities in sudden unexpected infant deaths.
How a family functions and manages conflict during pregnancy may influence the development of cortical white matter and subcortical volumes in the fetus and could be associated with brain characteristics that underlie behavioral problems later in life, according…
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health students got a crash course in program evaluation and gained valuable real-world experience at public health agencies during Winter Session in January.