The U.S. has a lot to learn from Costa Rica. That message came through loud and clear in a fireside chat with former Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado Quesada at Harvard Chan School.
Following Hurricane Ian, Harvard Chan School’s Paul Biddinger and a group of Massachusetts health workers treated hundreds of patients in a tent complex outside a Sarasota-area hospital.
Days of extreme heat driven by climate change are disproportionately harming Black and Hispanic children with asthma, according to experts.
Poll: High U.S. inflation rates are having a more serious impact on Black Americans than white Americans
A new NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health poll shows that as households across the U.S. are widely report experiencing serious problems from inflation, Black Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans are substantially more likely…
People with a history of endometriosis had a greater risk for stroke than those without endometriosis, a study found.
For immediate release: July 12, 2022 Boston, MA—Spirituality should be incorporated into care for both serious illness and overall health, according to a study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and…
The primary care system in the U.S. needs to deliver better care at lower cost and ensure that doctors, medical staff, and patients are more satisfied, according to experts.
Children living in neighborhoods with higher population densities, greater proportions of lower-income households, and greater poverty had higher rates of asthma, according to a study led by Harvard Chan School.
In a recent interview, Oana Geambasu described how she unintentionally became an adviser to Romania’s health minister, and what it means to her to be the country’s first graduate from the School in almost 100 years.
Akosua Dankwah, DrPH ’22, is applying what she’s learned to help the WTL Health Clinic expand its mission.