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This #WorldChildrensDay , Harvard Chan School, @KSCFIndia  and @MAFfilmsforlife  have launched “A Brighter Future,” a series of animated films aiming to help children overcome trauma from forced labor, trafficking, and exploitation.

Highlight: “We have to be circumspect about what we heard today because it is very early [and] it is one of the trials with only a small sample size,” Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Dean of the Faculty Michelle Williams says about the Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine news.

‘Renewables improve our health with the planet’s — India can have huge benefits’ Jonathan Buonocore is program leader for Harvard University’s TH Chan School of Public Health’s climate, energy and health team. He shares his insights with #TimesEvoke  👉

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‘Renewables improve our health with the planet’s — India can have huge benefits’ Jonathan Buonocore is program leader for Harvard University’s TH Chan School of Public Health’s climate, energy and health team. He shares his insights with #TimesEvoke  👉

The Other Chan: Donation Sanitization at the School of Public Health | Opinion | The Harvard Crimson has Ronnie chan complained about this piece yet?

Look forward to welcoming @HarvardChanSPH  Dean Michelle Williams@HarvardChanDean  to #SALTtalks  today. Harvard Chan is leading the way in educating business executives about public health response

On 10/21, Harvard Chan School welcomes @edyong209  of @TheAtlantic  for an in-depth conversation about the pandemic: “No One Should Be Shocked: The US COVID-19 Response Failure and More," moderated by @megtirrell  of @CNBC  #EdYongAtHarvard 

Harvard Chan's @BillHanage  warns that it is not feasible to separate elderly and young people to pursue a so-called "natural" herd immunity strategy.

A poll from @NPR , @RWJF  and Harvard Chan School finds that #rural  households have difficulty accessing medical care during the #pandemic , particularly those households that include people who have chronic illnesses.

“Frankly, anyone in the White House who's not using a mask frequently is a fool,” said Dr. Michael Mina, an assistant professor of epidemiology at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.

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Good ventilation, in combination with distancing, mask wearing, and reducing classroom density, are the keys to reducing COVID-19 spread in schools, says Harvard Chan healthy buildings expert @j_g_allen . #ReopeningSchools  #HealthyBuildings 

The 2020 Harvard Chan School Commencement speaker will be @muhammadpate , the Global Director of the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice at the World Bank and a professor at Harvard Chan School. Watch the School's online ceremony on May 28.

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Another analysis from Harvard’s Chan School examines intermittent social distancing — turned “on” when Covid-19 cases reach a certain prevalence in the population, and “off” when prevalence drops.

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Today, @WHO  classified #COVID19  a #pandemic . Remember, the term pandemic refers to the scope of cases of the disease, not the severity of those cases. Thanks to Harvard Chan School epidemiologist @mlipsitch  for helping us to develop these infographics.

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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.

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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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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