Suicide is a preventable tragedy—but there’s much work yet to be done in figuring out the best strategies for doing so, according to experts who spoke at a symposium on the topic at Harvard Chan School.
David Hemenway of Harvard Chan School is featured in two podcast episodes focused on the public health dangers of guns in America and possible solutions to the problem.
Women in the U.S. who are pregnant or who have recently given birth are more likely to be murdered than to die from obstetric causes—and these homicides are linked to a deadly mix of intimate partner violence and…
Carrying a concealed weapon may not be the best way for women runners to protect themselves against harassment or assault, according to some experts.
Panelists at a Harvard Chan School forum examined how a slew of recent decisions by the Supreme Court negatively affect public health—and how advocates can push back.
Inflation ranked as the top concern of registered voters in a poll from Harvard Chan School and POLITICO—but guns and abortion are also major concerns for many voters, according to the poll.
The risk of suicide among children can be reduced by storing firearms securely, unloaded, and away from ammunition, according to Deborah Azrael and Matthew Miller.
The first fully in-person Orientation week at Harvard Chan School since the start of the pandemic kicked off on August 22.
People in Massachusetts are buying more guns—mostly handguns, which people tend to buy for self-protection.
In the wake of a May 24 mass shooting at an Uvalde, Texas, elementary school that left 19 students and two teachers dead, Harvard Chan School’s David Hemenway has been speaking out about why there’s so much gun…