A new study led by Charlie Roscoe, research fellow in environmental health, found that nighttime and daytime noise generated by things like cars, trucks, trains, and airplanes was linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease in a group…
Menstrual cycle phases can influence individuals’ blood glucose levels—raising new possibilities for diabetes care, according to new research from Harvard Chan School.
Roughly 150 Harvard Chan School alumni gathered in late September for reconnecting, networking, and learning at the annual Alumni Weekend. The focus of the event was “The Right to Health: Equity and Justice for All.”
Cancers are on the rise among people younger than 50, and experts think that lifestyle changes may have something to do with it—although data is not firm.
A new podcast delves into what women can do to improve their health and wellbeing to boost their fertility, focusing on topics such as toxins in the home, diet, exercise, sex and intimacy, and mental health.