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Poor diet and air pollution are two of the leading drivers of disease across the world, according to HMS professor Aaron Bernstein, who lectured on “The Health Benefits of Going Green” as part of the Ed Portal’s Faculty Speaker Series.

A better way of living

Harvard physician extols health benefits of going green — for our bodies and our planet

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Blake Hauser (drilling) and Julia Gelissen practicing drilling and inserting intramedullary nail on sawbones model.

No bones about it

Program encourages women med students to specialize in orthopaedics

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A team of researchers led by Emily Balskus has identified the culprit gene in a cardiac-drug-eating bacterium that produces the enzyme responsible for metabolizing the active ingredient.

Enzyme interference

Study identifies bacterial gene responsible for producing enzyme that consumes cardiac drug

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