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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health welcomed nine new faculty members for the fall semester.

Women who are more socially integrated at around age 60 tend to live longer and are more likely to reach age 85 or older, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Women who are more socially integrated at around age 60 tend to live longer and are more likely to reach age 85 or older, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

#Measles can cause "immune amnesia"—meaning that it may make those who get it more susceptible to infections they may have been protected from before contracting the virus, says Harvard Chan School's Michael Mina@michaelmina_lab 

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Americans now think marijuana is much less harmful than alcohol, tobacco or e-cigarettes, according to new polling results from POLITICO and Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health

There’s a strong Harvard Chan presence at #APHA2019 : The @HarvardChanAdm  team is on day two in the exhibit hall, meeting prospective students and hosting information sessions on our academic programs. #LifeAtChan  #PublicHealth  @HarvardChanSPH 

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New study from @CHGEHarvard  led by Harvard Chan School's Jonathan Buonocore: Don’t build new renewable energy in California. Build it in the upper Midwest first

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Wildfire smoke leads to very high levels of fine particulate air pollution, which can be very harmful even at levels well below the ones produced by #wildfires , like those currently raging in CA, says Harvard Chan School's @francescadomin8 

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Men and women diverge not only in their vulnerability to many diseases but also in the way their bodies respond to drug treatments, says Harvard Chan School's John Quackenbush. Q&A: Why Sex Matters (in Disease Susceptibility)

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Two-thirds of gun deaths in America are suicides. And Harvard Chan researchers say that wide access to firearms in this country contributes to the nation's high suicide rate because guns are so lethal. #SuicidePreventionWeek  #StopSuicide 

Harvard Chan's Jack Shonkoff tells @NewYorker  that separating children from parents can lead to toxic stress, setting the stage for lifelong problems with physical health and mental health.

New research adds to evidence suggesting that changing exercise habits late in life can still make a difference, says Harvard Chan's I-Min Lee.

New research adds to evidence suggesting that changing exercise habits late in life can still make a difference, says Harvard Chan's I-Min Lee.

Men who have high amounts of fat in their abdomens and thighs may have greater risk of developing advanced and fatal prostate cancer than those with less fat in those areas, according to a new Harvard Chan study.

"Forgiving a person who has wronged you is never easy," says Harvard Chan's Tyler VanderWeele."Yet, when you learn to forgive, you are no longer trapped by the past actions of others and can finally feel free." via

Black women in America are three to four times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women—and a big reason for the disparity may be racism, says Harvard Chan's Ana Langer

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"Invite me to your Harvard graduation." In 1997, the sixth-grade teacher of Christin Gilmer, DrPH '18, left this note on her report card. Today, that teacher, Judith Toensing, was at the Harvard Chan School to watch Gilmer graduate. #HarvardChan18  #Harvard18 

Gun violence is a public health issue. Students from Harvard Chan joined students from and the Harvard School of Dental Medicine to stand together against gun violence.

A new study from a team of Harvard Chan researchers estimates that roughly 4,600 people were killed by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. This is 70 times the official estimate via

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