A new model predicts that after 2021, the number of people with moderate and severe food insecurity will begin to slowly decline.
Two Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health faculty members, Marc Lipsitch and Pardis Sabeti, have been elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
Alumni from around the world tuned in for Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s first-ever virtual Alumni Week, held September 29 through October 3, 2020.
Harvard Worldwide Week 2020 showcases the breadth of the University’s global engagement through a host of virtual offerings and features a host of Harvard Chan School experts.
Fifteen health and legal experts called President Trump’s move to withdraw the U.S. from the World Health Organization “reckless,” in violation of U.S. law, and a threat to global health and security.
In India, the sheer scale of the country and size of the population makes uniform execution of COVID-19 mitigation measures difficult.
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Brazil is now second only to the U.S. in COVID-19 cases, and may soon surpass it.
Negative opinions about genetically modified food may influence receptivity to other food technologies
People who have negative opinions about genetically-modified (GM) food are likely to feel the same about foods containing additives made with nanotechnology.
Brazil now has the second-highest number of cases of COVID-19 in the world—behind only the U.S.—and the highest number of new deaths.