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The Scarlet F

Monica Kriete, MPH ’18, describes weight stigma as a toxic exposure, like air pollution. The more you breathe it in, the more it puts your physical and emotional health at risk—from depression to hormonal changes that can lead…

Firefighting puts strain on the heart

Firefighters appear to be at increased risk of heart attack from the stress, heat, and other physical demands of the job, according to a new study by University of Edinburgh researchers. The study and an accompanying editorial were…

Cohousing can benefit both older adults, young families

Intergenerational cohousing in which residents share meals and chores not only can benefit older adults but also aid young families who may need help from their neighbors when juggling work and family, said Lisa Berkman, Thomas D. Cabot…

Coping with election stress

In this week’s episode: Tips on dealing with stress from the presidential campaign, plus the new study raising questions about the benefits of so-called "good cholesterol."

Americans stressed by presidential race

Does the contentious presidential race have you feeling stressed? Then perhaps volunteer to help out with the election or turn off the TV and practice some stress management techniques, advised Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Laura…