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…
COVID-19 vaccines may cause small changes in menstrual cycles, but those changes are temporary, according to preliminary results from the Apple Women’s Health Study.
Public health leaders from around the world gathered at Harvard University for a week-long course to learn the latest developments from experts and discuss new strategies for eradicating malaria.
Vaccinating a “ring” of people around an individual infected with monkeypox could be effective in curbing the spread of the disease, according to some experts.
Bill Hanage discusses the current state of the monkeypox outbreak and efforts to control disease spread.