For immediate release: September 7, 2022 Boston, MA – Psychological distress, including depression, anxiety, worry, perceived stress, and loneliness, before COVID-19 infection was associated … Continue reading “Psychological distress before COVID-19 infection may increase risk of long COVID”
For immediate release: September 6, 2022 Boston, MA—The mental health system is increasingly reliant on psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners (PMHNPs) to meet the … Continue reading “Growth of psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners helped offset drop in psychiatrists treating Medicare patients”
For immediate release: September 1, 2022 Boston, MA— Dolutegravir-based antiretroviral therapies (ART) for HIV-1 are more effective for pregnant people than some other ART … Continue reading “Dolutegravir-based antiretroviral therapies for HIV-1 effective in pregnancy”
A new NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health poll shows that as households across the U.S. are widely report experiencing serious problems from inflation, Black Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans are substantially more likely than whites to report they are currently having serious financial problems.
For immediate release: July 12, 2022 Boston, MA—Spirituality should be incorporated into care for both serious illness and overall health, according to a study … Continue reading “Spirituality linked with better health outcomes, patient care”
Boston, MA – A paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that Nurse-Family Partnership ® (NFP), a prenatal and early child … Continue reading “New research on intensive nurse home visiting program shows no impact on birth outcomes; study is ongoing”
Facing extreme weather events is impacting Americans’ views about the need for climate change action, according to a new NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard Chan School poll.
When accounting for miles traveled during biking, walking, or driving, Black and Hispanic Americans experience higher motor vehicle-related death rates than White Americans or … Continue reading “Racial disparities in traffic fatalities much wider than previously known”
Higher levels of optimism were associated with longer lifespan and living beyond age 90 in women across racial and ethnic groups in a study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
For immediate release: Thursday, April 7 Boston, MA – A team led by the Zhu Family Center for Global Cancer Prevention at Harvard T.H. … Continue reading “Cancer FactFinder website launched to provide fact-based, reliable information about causes of cancer”