A new study examined the association between exposure to fine particulate matter found in outdoor air pollution and risk of stillbirth, as well as racial and socioeconomic disparities.
In women who have given birth, a history of infertility may be associated with poorer cardiovascular health in midlife, according to a study co-authored by Harvard Chan School researchers.
At the 16th Kolokotrones Symposium, experts discussed the importance of including pregnant people when testing vaccines and drugs, the challenges of collecting data for that population, and research methods that could help fill the data gap.
Obstetric units are closing at a growing number of hospitals across the U.S. As a result, many patients are being forced to travel farther to give birth and receive prenatal and postpartum care.
The HaSET Maternal and Child Health Research Program recently celebrated a series of milestones towards improving health in Ethiopia and beyond.
Consuming energy drinks before pregnancy may lead to an increased risk of gestational hypertension, or high blood pressure during pregnancy, according to a study co-authored by Harvard Chan School researchers.
Launched in 2021, CAUSALab brings together 14 epidemiology faculty members across multiple universities to collaborate on applying causal inference methods to compare the effectiveness and safety of health and policy interventions in a broad range of areas.
The School’s community partners are shifting Mississippi’s "narrative of deficit to one of strength, hope, creativity, and opportunity."
Margaret McConnell, associate professor of global health economics at Harvard Chan School, discusses her recent evaluation of the impact of a longstanding national nurse home visiting program.
Lauren Spigel, a senior research specialist at Ariadne Labs, chronicled the many hours of invisible work she did during her first year of motherhood.