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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
Harvard Chan: This Week in Health brings you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. You'll also hear insight from Harvard Chan experts.
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
Harvard Chan: This Week in Health brings you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. You'll also hear insight from Harvard Chan experts.
 
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Voices in Leadership
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The Voices in Leadership series at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health enhances the decision-making knowledge of students and generates ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to global and domestic health problems.
 
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Voices in Leadership
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The Voices in Leadership series at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health enhances the decision-making knowledge of students and generates ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to global and domestic health problems.
 
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The Think Outside the Beltway podcast
 
Each week, your hosts--public radio veteran Stephan Cox, political science PhD candidate Chad Levinson, and Democratic strategist David Gershwin--unpack the week in politics and attempt to drill down through the chatter and into something that quite possibly resembles the truth.Born during the 16-month long national nightmare that is the 2016 Presidential election, the show continues to evolve, examining greater and deeper themes and threads across the political and cultural landscape.Stepha ...
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
Dry cleaning is an industry that dates back to the 1600s—when turpentine was used to clean fabrics. But now it's an industry in transition amid growing demand for dry cleaning solvents that are less harmful to humans and the environment. At the center of this is a push to replace perchloroethylene (PERC), which is the most commonly used dry cle ...…
 
Dry cleaning is an industry that dates back to the 1600s—when turpentine was used to clean fabrics. But now it's an industry in transition amid growing demand for dry cleaning solvents that are less harmful to humans and the environment. At the center of this is a push to replace perchloroethylene (PERC), which is the most commonly used dry cle ...…
 
Eric works to increase the leadership capacity and capability in individuals, organizations, and communities to advance positive change. He is an author, speaker, and educator drawing inspiration from nature, the complex environments of cities, and the seemingly endless creativity of his fellow humans. His goal — and satisfaction — is tangible ...…
 
June 15, 2017 — In this week's podcast we explore a new discovery in the fight against tuberculosis (TB). It's a disease that infects more than 10 million people a year—killing nearly two million. And while TB is preventable and curable, treatment for the disease can take several months. In this episode we speak with Eric Rubin, Irene Heinz Giv ...…
 
The DNA blue print of the human body is a complex system that is under assault every moment of the day. Zac Nagel, PhD, of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, joins us to talk about his efforts to study DNA repair to ultimately prevent, anticipate, and treat diseases like cancer.
 
http://www.goforbroke.com/ It's WEEKEND SCRAMBLE! This week we've got: Google Ad Block - http://nypost.com/2017/06/02/google-will-start-blocking-online-ads-in-2018/Class Is Coming - http://time.com/4798917/harvard-game-of-thrones-class/Dad Ad - http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/guys-fill-job-viral-craiglist-ad-generic-father/story?id=47862425 Spe ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
June 8, 2017 — It's now been more than a year since the Zika virus gained global attention, sickening a million people in dozens of countries. The epidemic began in early 2015 and was declared a public health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) in February 2016. WHO declared an end to that emergency in November 2016, but concerns o ...…
 
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Harvard Public Health
 
It's now been more than a year since the Zika virus gained global attention, sickening a million people in dozens of countries. The epidemic began in early 2015 and was declared a public health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) in February 2016. WHO declared an end to that emergency in November 2016, but concerns over Zika have l ...…
 
The 2014 west African Ebola epidemic shone a harsh light on the health systems of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. While decades of domestic and international investment had contributed to substantial progress on the Millennium Development Goals, national health systems remained weak and were unable to cope with the epidemic.Margaret Kruk ass ...…
 
The 2014 west African Ebola epidemic shone a harsh light on the health systems of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. While decades of domestic and international investment had contributed to substantial progress on the Millennium Development Goals, national health systems remained weak and were unable to cope with the epidemic.Margaret Kruk ass ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
June 1, 2017 — Health officials in Minnesota are now grappling with that state's largest measles outbreak in several decades. As of May 31, the Minnesota Department of Health had confirmed 70 cases of the disease. The outbreak is being blamed in part on anti-vaccine groups who targeted Somali-Americans, leading to a sharp drop in the number of ...…
 
June 1, 2017 — Health officials in Minnesota are now grappling with that state’s largest measles outbreak in several decades. As of May 31, the Minnesota Department of Health had confirmed 70 cases of the disease. The outbreak is being blamed in part on anti-vaccine groups who targeted Somali-Americans, leading to a sharp drop in the number of ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
May 25, 2017 — Deepali Ravel, PhD '17, studies the malaria parasite and believes biology can be a powerful tool for addressing global health problems. In this week's podcast we speak with Ravel about the challenges scientists face in eradicating malaria—and why she believes that teaching basic biology at an early age is so critical. You can sub ...…
 
Sara Bleich, PhD, of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, joins us to discuss her career in obesity prevention and control. Hear about the range of public health issues she has tackled throughout her career, including her efforts to reduce children’s consumption of sugary drinks, and her time as senior policy advisor to the former Fir ...…
 
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Circulation on the Run
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. In just a moment we'll take a deep dive into hemo-compatibility-related outcomes in the MOMENTUM 3 tria ...…
 
May 18, 2017 — Pedro Lamothe-Molina, PhD ’17, is an HIV researcher, aspiring physician-scientist, and an accomplished triathlete. He's also one of the hundreds of future public health leaders who will graduate from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on May 25, 2017. In this week's podcast, we sit down with Lamothe-Molina to discuss his r ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
May 18, 2017 — Pedro Lamothe-Molina, PhD ’17, is an HIV researcher, aspiring physician-scientist, and an accomplished triathlete. He's also one of the hundreds of future public health leaders who will graduate from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on May 25, 2017. In this week's podcast, we sit down with Lamothe-Molina to discuss his r ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
In this week's podcast we share an in-depth interview with Gina McCarthy, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and currently a Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. During her nearly four years at the helm of the EPA McCarthy helped spearhead the Obama Administration’s effor ...…
 
In this week's podcast we share an in-depth interview with Gina McCarthy, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and currently a Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. During her nearly four years at the helm of the EPA McCarthy helped spearhead the Obama Administration’s effor ...…
 
Admit it: You can't help but check your phone when you're behind the wheel. Distracted driving has evolved from fiddling with the radio to taking Snapchat videos while on the freeway. It's a dangerous, addictive habit we see in other drivers and ourselves. So how can we get drivers to put down the phone and focus on the road? Guests: Emily Stei ...…
 
Ben and James discuss how leverage shifts in a value chain, why WeChat is so powerful in China, and why that is a problem for Apple. Presented by MailChimp Links Ben Thompson: Apple’s China Problem — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Messaging: Mobile’s Killer App — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Slack and the State of Technology at the End of 2015 — Strate ...…
 
Ben and James discuss how leverage shifts in a value chain, why WeChat is so powerful in China, and why that is a problem for Apple. Presented by MailChimp Links Ben Thompson: Apple’s China Problem — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Messaging: Mobile’s Killer App — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Slack and the State of Technology at the End of 2015 — Strate ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
May 4, 2017 — Structural racism is often called an invisible evil because it's so pervasive, but also hidden in some ways. It involves interconnected institutions—housing, education, health care—that foster discrimination against racial groups. And this structural racism can play a role in health disparities across the United States. In this we ...…
 
INTERVIEW – MICHAEL AUSLIN – Asia expert, Resident scholar at American Enterprise Institute and author of new book “The End of the Asian Century: War, Stagnation, and the Risks to the World’s Most Dynamic Region” (Yale University Press, January 2017) BIO: Michael Auslin, author of “The End of the Asian Century: War, Stagnation, and the Risks to ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
April 27, 2017 — In this week's podcast we bring you two stories of disturbing human rights abuses: one developing in real-time, and another that's been lingering for centuries. In the first half of the episode, we speak with Vasileia Digidiki, research fellow at the FXB Center for Health & Human Rights, and Jacqueline Bhabha, director of resea ...…
 
Dr. David Hunter is a professor in the department of epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a statistical consultant at the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. D.J. Hunter, H. Frumkin, and A. Jha. Preventive Medicine for the Planet and Its Peoples. N Engl J Med 2017;376: ...…
 
We're now in the midst of a golden era of data. and scientists are constantly finding news ways to harness this information with applications across health care, the environment, commerce, urban planning, finance, and more. In this week's podcast we speak with Francesca Dominici, professor of biostatistics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
April 20, 2017 — We're now in the midst of a golden era of data. and scientists are constantly finding news ways to harness this information with applications across health care, the environment, commerce, urban planning, finance, and more. In this week's podcast we speak with Francesca Dominici, professor of biostatistics at Harvard T.H. Chan ...…
 
We talk with Dr. Ankur Pandya, of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, whose research centers on the decision-making process behind the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Hear how asking the right questions can lead to more cost-effective and effective medical decisions.
 
This seminar explores why investigating health inequities in relation to multiple dimensions of social inequality is critical to promoting women’s health. Drawing on her quantitative and qualitative research, Madina Agénor addresses how sexual orientation and race/ethnicity simultaneously affect cervical cancer screening among U.S. women and sh ...…
 
April 13, 2017 — In part two of our interview with chef and author Barton Seaver, director of the Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at the Center for Health and the Global Environment, we explore how the oceans can help feed a world feeling the effects of climate change and a rapidly expanding population. Listen to part one, Seafood is ...…
 
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Appearance Matters: The Podcast!
 
Alongside weight and shape, global beauty standards place significant emphasis on skin colour. In this episode, Nadia and Jade look at the juxtaposition between the practice of tanning and skin-lightening and the research related to why people go to great efforts to change the colour of their skin.The episode features clips from the critically ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
April 6, 2017 — Eating more seafood can be beneficial to human health, and the health of our environment. But increasing our production and consumption of seafood in a sustainable way poses challenges. In this week's podcast, chef and author Barton Seaver, director of the Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at the Center for Health and th ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
March 23, 2017 — In this week’s podcast we explore how doctors’ prescribing habits may be fueling the nation’s opioid epidemic—and what can be done to change that. You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting iTunes, listen to it by following us on Soundcloud, and stream it on the Stitcher app.By digitalcomms@harvard.edu (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health).
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
March 16, 2017 — In this week's podcast we explore the growing use of nanotechnology in food. We speak with one scientist who is at the forefront of research on how these microscopic particles may affect our health, both positively and negatively. You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting iTunes, listen to it by following us on Soundcloud, ...…
 
In this practitioner profile, ATHA sat down with Sinead to discuss her work in Sierra Leone and Liberia and her research on key lessons learned in the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Dr. Sinead Walsh is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.…
 
In this practitioner profile, ATHA sat down with Sinead to discuss her work in Sierra Leone and Liberia and her research on key lessons learned in the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Dr. Sinead Walsh is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
March 9, 2017 — In part four of our series on climate change and health we explore how environmental changes may have wide-ranging effects on mental health around the world. Listen to past episodes from our series on climate change and health. Watch the full recording of the Climate & Health Meeting. You can subscribe to this podcast by visitin ...…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss the use of private military and security companies (PMSCs) in the humanitarian sector. With growing threats against humanitarian actors and operations, and growing pressures for humanitarian programming in highly insecure settings, we speak about the role of PMSCs in the market for humanitarian security, ...…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss the use of private military and security companies (PMSCs) in the humanitarian sector. With growing threats against humanitarian actors and operations, and growing pressures for humanitarian programming in highly insecure settings, we speak about the role of PMSCs in the market for humanitarian security, ...…
 
The headlines are everywhere: sedentary behavior can be a health risk. On the next episode of ThinkResearch, Dr. I-Min Lee, professor of epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discusses what recent studies actually reveal and how scientists are working to increase physical activity, not just in the U.S. but all over the ...…
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
March 2, 2017 — In part three of our series on climate change and health we examine how environmental changes will affect not only the food we can grow, but how they will make what we're already growing less nutritious. Listen to part one and part two of our series on climate change and health. Watch the full recording of the Climate & Health M ...…
 
Ever been to a really boring sermon? You know the kind, where your head keeps bobbing back and forth, your eyelids feel like they weigh a thousand pounds, and you can’t wait for the service to end…well keep it up because “couples who attend religious services are about 30-50 percent less like to divorce than those who do not.” (Tyler J. VanderW ...…
 
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Harvard University South Asia Institute
 
Jennifer Leaning is the François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. In this extract, Professor Leaning talks about the violence that erupted during the traumatic migration caused by Partition.
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
February 23, 2017 — In our new podcast series, Harvard Chan: This Week in Health, we’ll bring you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. You’ll also hear insight from Harvard Chan experts. In part two of our series on climate change and health we explore ways to communicate effectively about the issue. What c ...…
 
WSRP Research Associate Changshen Shi (Ching-ning Wang) delivers the talk, "The Making of A Modern Female Chan Teacher: Gender, Religion, and Modernity."Learn more about Harvard Divinity School and its mission to illuminate, engage, and serve at http://hds.harvard.edu/.
 
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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health
 
February 16, 2017 — In our new podcast series, Harvard Chan: This Week in Health, we’ll bring you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. You’ll also hear insight from Harvard Chan experts. In this week’s episode: Part one of our multi-part series looking at the links between climate change and health. In part ...…
 
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