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HSPH faculty member, alumnus, among Ebola fighters named Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ http://hvrd.me/2RV5Mw
Pardis Sabeti, associate professor in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), and Mosoka Fallah, MPH '12, were among the Ebola fighters — doctors, nurses, caregivers, scientists, and directors — named Time's 2014 “Person of the Year.” ...
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A wide-angle view of global health - Humanity has made huge achievements in health, but has a long way to go. That’s the message in an ar http://hvrd.me/2RDHzy
Humanity has made huge achievements in health, but has a long way to go. That's the message in an article by Harvard School of Public Health's David Bloom in the December 2014 issue of Finance & Development (F&D)—the quarterly magazine of the International Monetary Fund—which focuses on the ...
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Getting a detailed picture of Ebola - The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT is now “the world’s most powerful factory for analyzing genes http://hvrd.me/2Rxj6b
The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT is now “the world's most powerful factory for analyzing genes from people and viruses,” according to an article in the New York Times, published December 1, 2014. The article highlighted the work of Pardis Sabeti, a senior associate member at the Broad, ...
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Yogurt may reduce type 2 diabetes risk - A new study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers found that higher consumption http://hvrd.me/2RfOOE
A new study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers found that higher consumption of yogurt was associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. Other forms of dairy were not found to offer similar protection. Drawing on health data from more than a 100000 participants in ...
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Unraveling mosquito mating secrets for malaria prevention - A study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and University of Perugia (Italy) researchers http://hvrd.me/2R1vZL
A study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and University of Perugia (Italy) researchers reveals intriguing new findings about mosquito mating behavior that one day could lead to new ways to control the spread of malaria by mosquitoes. “The new study identifies the mechanism by which ...
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Humanitarian response to Ebola outbreak slow, fragmented - The humanitarian response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been fraught with challenges, acc http://hvrd.me/2QYiKO
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Mediterranean diet linked to longer life - The Mediterranean diet, already considered one of the healthiest diets because of its link to reduce http://hvrd.me/2RG1xy
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Boosting comprehensive women’s health care in Sub-Saharan Africa http://hvrd.me/2RulP6
December 1, 2014 — To stem the spread of HIV among women in Sub-Saharan Africa and to boost their overall health and the health of their families, it's crucial to improve not just HIV care but also reproductive and maternal health services—and to knit the services together—according to a series ...
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Trans fats linked to memory damage - A new study shows that eating trans fats may be associated with memory loss, according to a study pr http://hvrd.me/2R8Xr5
A new study shows that eating trans fats may be associated with memory loss, according to a study presented last week at the American Heart Association scientific sessions. Trans fats, also known as partially hydrogenated vegetable oil and vegetable shortening, were included for years in ...
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Humanitarian response to Ebola outbreak slow, fragmented - The humanitarian response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been fraught with challenges, acc http://hvrd.me/2QZKo5
The humanitarian response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been fraught with challenges, according to Michael VanRooyen, director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and professor in the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).
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Health insurance enrollment websites experience smoother relaunch http://hvrd.me/2QV28k
The launch of this year's open enrollment period for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act went much more smoothly than last year, according Benjamin Sommers, assistant professor of health policy and economics at Harvard School of Public Health. He told WGBH Boston on November 17, ...
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