All articles related to "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.

Lead pipe replacement free in Boston, but uptake slow

A year-old program offers property owners in Boston free replacement of old lead service lines that carry water from the public supply to homes. But only about 400 homeowners have taken advantage of the program so far, according…

Smoke from cooking carries health risks

In sub-Saharan Africa, cooking indoors with air polluting fuels may lead to higher risks of cancer and lung disease, particularly for women and children, according to experts.

Where in the world is Tim Rebbeck?

Tim Rebbeck, a leading expert in cancer etiology and disparities, travels the world advancing the mission of the Zhu Family Center for Global Cancer Prevention.

Reducing the burden of prostate cancer

Lorelei Mucci, professor of epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, has spent her career seeking to understand why prostate cancer occurs, how it can be prevented, and what patients can do to improve their lives…