Chronic exposure to fine particulate air pollutants may increase seniors’ risk of cardiovascular hospitalization, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
To help prevent preeclampsia and preterm birth, low-dose calcium supplementation may be as effective as the World Health Organization’s recommendation of high-dose calcium supplementation, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School and collaborators in India and Tanzania.
Social media platforms Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, X (formerly Twitter), and YouTube collectively derived nearly $11 billion in advertising revenue from U.S.-based users younger than 18 in 2022, according to a new Harvard Chan School study.
Low-carbohydrate diets comprised mostly of plant-based proteins and fats with healthy carbohydrates such as whole grains were associated with slower long-term weight gain than low-carbohydrate diets comprised mostly of animal proteins and fats with unhealthy carbohydrates like refined starches, according to a new Harvard Chan School study.
Child marriage has declined in India—but across the country, one in five girls and nearly one in six boys are still married as children, and in recent years the practice has become more prevalent in some states/union territories, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
Senior physicians may avoid seeing racial minorities and lower paying Medicaid-insured patients compared to junior physicians in the same practice, according to a new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Infants born to women with pre-gestational type 2 diabetes who take second-line non-insulin antidiabetic medications during pregnancy are at no higher risk of major congenital malformations than infants born to those who take insulin, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
Exposure to fine particulate air pollutants from coal-fired power plants is associated with a risk of mortality more than double that of exposure to PM2.5 from other sources, according to a new study led by George Mason, UT Austin, and Harvard Chan School.
New research from Harvard Chan School and UC San Francisco shows that the life expectancy of American women is now 5.8 years longer than that of American men—a trend researchers say is driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and the opioid overdose epidemic.
Increasing workplace flexibility may lower employees’ risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School and Penn State University.