Oil drilling in Middle Eastern countries is releasing toxic air pollutants through the process of gas flaring, or the burning of waste gas, according to experts.
Organizations should be thinking about how to monitor the air quality in their workspaces in real time, according to healthy buildings expert Joseph Allen.
At the 26th annual John B. Little Symposium, radiation science researchers discussed how to improve brain radiation therapy so that it better targets tumors and limits side effects on healthy cells.
Northwestern's Clyde Yancy spoke at Harvard Chan School's 2023 Donald Hopkins Lecture about the importance of addressing health inequities.
Harvard Chan School research scientist Mary Johnson says that vulnerable communities are particularly impacted by microplastics.
Cancer rates are increasing in people below the age of 50, a trend that could be driven by obesity and other factors, according to experts.
Hair products sold in neighborhoods that are poorer or that have a higher percentage of residents of color were more likely to contain higher levels of hazardous chemicals than products sold in predominantly white and affluent areas, according…
Launched in 2021, CAUSALab brings together 14 epidemiology faculty members across multiple universities to collaborate on applying causal inference methods to compare the effectiveness and safety of health and policy interventions in a broad range of areas.
The harmful effects of alcohol can be potentially lowered by prioritizing healthy habits, according to experts.
When the lab of the Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership produced the first genetic sequence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus in fall 2021, the world took notice. More recognition came last month when the lab was…