Katherine Tassiopoulos, senior research scientist in the Department of Epidemiology, explains the findings of a recent study on social support and viral suppression among young adults living with HIV.
Belief in the safety of routine childhood vaccines rose over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, but opposition grew to any sort of requirement that children be vaccinated in order to attend public schools, according to a new…
Former Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will serve as a Richard L. and Ronay A. Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow at Harvard Chan School during the fall semester of 2023.
Wildfire smoke blowing from Canada to the East Coast could have a range of negative health effects, according to experts at Harvard Chan School.
Female health care workers who had healthier sleep prior to COVID-19 infection had a lower risk of developing long COVID than their colleagues’ whose sleep was less healthy, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
The accomplishments of nearly 700 graduates were celebrated at Harvard Chan School's Convocation ceremony on May 24, 2023.
Sydney Stanley, PhD ’23, researches infectious diseases with an eye toward improving the health of the world’s most vulnerable populations
In the wake of the World Health Organization’s declaration on May 5 that it was ending the COVID global health emergency, experts acknowledged that the disease now poses much less of threat than it has over the past…
Experts at the 7th Cutter Symposium discussed how epidemics such as COVID-19 and the opioid crisis are shortening the human lifespan, and health policies that can help mitigate the problem.
In a recent survey, 3 in 10 U.S. adults said they know someone who has been directly affected by opioid addiction, and more than half of that group said they know someone who died from using opioids. In…