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Soda and violence

Article in Harvard Magazine, November-December 2012 issue, featuring HSPH’s David Hemenway

Women's health: Rape of the Congo

In her role as gender-based violence research coordinator at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, 2008 HSPH graduate Jocelyn Kelly traveled to war-torn Eastern Congo in 2009 and early 2010 to conduct interviews with perpetrators of sexual violence and mass rape. She spoke with…

Boys who bully may grow up to abuse women

Boys who frequently bully peers when they are young are more likely to grow up to abuse their wives and girlfriends, according to a study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers. "It helps people think of bullying in somewhat…

Hemenway's violence prevention work lauded

David Hemenway, who has spent much of his career studying youth violence and implementing violence prevention programs, has received the Striving for Social Justice Award from Community Works, an umbrella organization that comprises 34 social justice groups. Hemenway, professor of health policy…