Child anthropometric failures — such as stunting, underweight, and wasting — were found to be more closely linked with past and current socioeconomic conditions, such as mother’s stature, BMI and education, and household wealth and air quality, than diversity of diet, Vitamin A supplementation and breastfeeding initiation. The study by Harvard Pop Center research associate … Continue reading “Nutrition-specific interventions may not be best way to prevent stunting in India”
Former Harvard Pop Center fellows Clemens Noelke, Mark McGovern, and Daniel Corsi, along with Pop Center Director Lisa Berkman, are among the authors of a study published in Environmental Research that looked at temperature and emotional well-being in a sample of 1.9 million Americans over a six-year period. Temperatures over 70 degrees were associated with reduced positive emotions, and … Continue reading “Rising temperatures may lower your spirits, sense of well-being”
Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society program alum Adam Lippert, PhD, and former Harvard Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, have authored a study published in the journal Health & Place that examines the influence that particular school environments may have on e-cigarette use among adolescence. Photo: Mike Mozart, Flickr
Harvard Pop Center affiliated researchers including recent Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, research associate Iván Mejía-Guevara, PhD, and faculty and executive committee member SV Subramanian (Subu), PhD, have published a study in Social Science & Medicine that has evaluated the contribution of 15 common risk factors for chronic child undernutrition in India. The findings point … Continue reading “By honing in on top 5 risk factors for child undernutrition in India, findings could lead to more effective interventions”
Four Harvard Pop Center researchers, including research associate Iván Mejía-Guevara, PhD, recent doctoral program graduate Aditi Krishna, PhD, former Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, and faculty member SV Subramanian, PhD, are authors on a paper published in the Journal of South Asian Development that evaluates child undernutrition in India by level – individual, community and … Continue reading “Multi-level analysis finds “micro-geographies” of child undernutrition in India”
Not according to a paper published in the Journal of South Asian Development by former Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, and Harvard Pop Center faculty member SV Subramanian (Subu), PhD. Although previous studies have found there to be a female disadvantage in India when it comes to mortality, allocation of food within households, and healthcare … Continue reading “Is there a female disadvantage in India when it comes to nutrition?”
Harvard Pop Center faculty member S V Subramanian (Subu), PhD, and former Harvard Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, are co-authors on a paper published in Archives of Disease in Childhood that explores the fetal roots of body mass index (BMI) in India.