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Uncovering the dangers of hair products marketed to Black women, girls

A growing body of evidence suggests that chemicals in hair relaxers—products aimed at straightening hair—and other hair products marketed to Black girls and women contain endocrine-disrupting substances linked with early menstruation, reproductive health issues, and cancer. But these…

Symposium explores microbiome’s roles in cancer

At the 6th annual symposium of the Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center, experts from around the world discussed the many ways that the microbiome contributes to the development and treatment of cancer.

Climate change contributing to rise in immune health problems

Diseases related to problems in immune health—from nasal allergies to food allergies to rheumatoid arthritis to colorectal cancer—have spiked in recent years, and climate change appears to be playing a role, according to Harvard Chan School’s Kari Nadeau.