A group of experts in health, education and the economy is calling for common, comprehensive action across U.S. states to fight COVID-19.
F. DuBois Bowman discussed the coronavirus pandemic and firearm safety at the Yerby Lecture on December 3, 2020.
Given the sharp uptick in coronavirus cases in the U.S. this fall, families shouldn’t hold large in-person gatherings, say experts. And Black families should be especially vigilant because Black Americans have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
A massive public education campaign is underway to convince people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
A new series of four short animated films is aimed at helping children who have lived through forced labor, trafficking, and other forms of exploitation to take positive steps toward the future.
With recent surveys suggesting that many Americans may be reluctant to take a COVID-19 vaccine once it’s available, it will be important for public health leaders to reduce fear and build public support for a vaccine.
More than 200 people gathered virtually on October 30, 2020 for the 23rd annual John B. Little Symposium to honor the legacy of radiobiology expert John B. Little and to share research on the health effects of radiation.
Michelle Williams, Dean of the Faculty at Harvard Chan School, has been named one of PRWeek’s top 50 health influencers of 2020.
Voting is one of the most potent ways to effect large-scale change in public health, according to Michelle Williams, dean of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In an October 16, 2020 op-ed in The Philadelphia Inquirer,…
An op-ed co-authored by Dean Michelle Williams addresses the issue of race and vaccine allocation in the U.S.