Amid surges in respiratory infections across the U.S., and the possibility of an uptick in COVID-19 rates, public health experts are offering advice on how people can make Thanksgiving gatherings as safe as possible.
There are several steps newsrooms can take to report on polarized or potentially polarizing science topics such as vaccines or climate change, according to a recent article co-authored by Harvard Chan School's Amanda Yarnell.
Cuba’s ability to develop homegrown COVID-19 vaccines and immunize most of its citizens should serve as a model for developing countries around the world dealing with public health emergencies, according to a new report.
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.
Harvard Chan School's Dyann Wirth offers some thoughts on a new malaria vaccine and its potential impact.
President Joe Biden’s declaration that “the pandemic is over" is premature and harmful to the country’s COVID-19 response, according to Michelle Williams, Dean of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The public health response to the monkeypox outbreak has been marked by miscommunication in warning vulnerable groups about the virus and missteps in providing vaccine doses, according to DrPH candidate Antón Castellanos Usigli.
Next-generation vaccines and air filtration are among the most important areas to invest in to tame the pandemic going forward, according to experts.
The Reform for Resilience Commission has a lofty goal—to help ensure healthier and resilient growth everywhere amid dire global threats such as COVID-19 and climate change.
On July 27, the World Health Organization recommended that in order to reduce the risk of monkeypox, men who have sex with men should limit their number of sexual partners. Following the guidance will help individuals and communities…