Quick updates about the latest public health news from across the School and beyond.
Health disparities in the COVID-19 pandemic mirror those in the lethal 1918 flu.
Harvard Chan School graduates from across a spectrum of public health careers have been working to contain COVID-19. These are just a few of their stories.
Nine newly minted public health professionals and a postdoctoral scholar describe their time on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis
Hair products sometimes used by Black women may contain endocrine-disrupting chemicals linked with serious health issues.
Since 2019, policymakers from more than 50 American municipalities and three states have formally highlighted racism as a public health crisis.
In an op-ed, experts recommend banning menthol cigarettes, which have been aggressively marketed to Black people, contributing to health disparities.
High rates of colorectal cancer incidence and death among Blacks may be due to disparities in screening guidelines and research, say experts.
A study from Harvard Chan School helps quantify Massachusetts’ COVID-19 cases and sheds light on why people of color have been disproportionately affected.
It’s likely that maternal mortality among Black women in the U.S. will increase during the coronavirus pandemic, says Harvard Chan's Ana Langer.