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test tubes.

A new test method

A recent study found that a biomarker test is highly accurate in detecting early kidney cancer


Two hands holding a single paper heart.

Love in the time of COVID

Tips on how to navigate the rough straits while spending much more time than usual at home with partners


Illustration of person wearing mask for travel.

A summer like no other

You can have outdoor fun in the COVID era, Chan School expert says, but keep your distance


Healthy food, nuts and oils.

Sticking to the healthy diet?

Newly identified ‘metabolic signature’ can determine adherence to Mediterranean diet, help predict CVD risk


Highway scene.

A COVID-19 battle with many fronts

Alumni spearhead public health campaigns, data visualization maps, and outbreak plans for Native American tribal leaders


Illustration of cancer cells.

Mapping the cancer connection

Study takes most comprehensive look to date at connection between the ancestry and the molecular makeup of cancer


People in line at gathering.

Healthy dose of religion

Regularly attending religious services associated with lower risk of deaths of despair, Chan School study says


Katharine Robb giving presentation.

At the center of the outbreak

Researcher Katharine Robb details how housing policies affect social and health crises, like the current pandemic


Anita Chary in her PPE.

A day in the life of an ER doc

Third-year resident Anita Chary describes the personal and professional trials brought by the pandemic


Three Harvard alums.

In the trenches

Three physicians in three distinct settings detail life in the midst of pandemic


Caregiver holding elderly patients hand at home.

A silent epidemic

Geriatrician Sharon Inouye on the need to combat delirium in COVID-19 patients