All articles related to "infectious diseases":

More seasonal sickness likely in years to come, say experts

With COVID now added to the annual mix of viruses that typically circulate every year, including influenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and other respiratory viruses, “sick season” is likely to be worse—and longer—going forward.

Shining a light on the human toll of climate change

Experts from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are bringing an important message to the United Nations’ annual climate conference this year: that the continued burning of fossil fuels poses a massive health threat.

Opinion: Prioritizing childhood vaccination in North Korea

As North Korea reopens its international borders after two years of near-total closure, ensuring that children there get access to life-saving vaccines should be a public health priority, according to Hyung Joon Kim, a DrPH student at Harvard…

Post-pandemic, an increasing focus on indoor air quality

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, “fundamental shifts” have taken place in how businesses, governments, scientific and medical communities, and the general public think about indoor air, according to Harvard Chan School’s Joe Allen.

COVID update: tests, business readiness, 'new normal'

Although COVID cases have ticked up, there is also good news: Old COVID tests may still be good; businesses should know how to pivot if infections keep climbing; and overall COVID conditions aren't nearly as bad as they…