Text messages effective in treating malaria
Risk of birth defects appears low for women on antiretrovirals during early pregnancy
Report urges investment in health, well-being of young adults
Helping doctors talk to patients about guns
Rolling back school lunch nutrition standards a bad idea
Report urges investment in health, well-being of young adults
Cracking Ebola’s genetic code
Replacing saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat linked with lower risk of heart disease
Red meat consumption and breast cancer risk
Support for Medicaid expansion strong among low-income adults
HSPH Professor Donna Spiegelman wins Director’s Pioneer Award
Ebola’s disastrous effects could ramp up significantly
Power plant standards could save thousands of U.S. lives every year
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Harvard announces Bright Ideas in government
Killing the ‘fiery serpent’
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Edmond J. Safra graduate fellowships in ethics 2011-12
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‘Test and treat’ won’t stop HIV/AIDS epidemic, study finds
Tom Harkin presented with HSPH’s Healthy Cup Award
Most Americans who skipped H1N1 vaccines weren’t concerned about the illness
Pres. Faust calls global health one of her main priorities for Harvard;
Faust calls global health one of her main priorities
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Panel examines New England’s contributions, role in global health
Doubling health spending in low-income countries improving health budget less than expected
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