Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health traces its roots to public health activism at the beginning of the last century, a time of energetic social reform. The School began as the Harvard-MIT School of Health Officers, founded in 1913 as the first professional training program of public health in America. The partnership offered courses in preventive medicine at Harvard Medical School, sanitary engineering at Harvard University and allied subjects at MIT.
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Excessive red meat intake raises alarm for type 2 diabetes development
Sky News - 19-Oct-2023
Prioritize plant-based proteins, lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetesRead more...
High optimism associated with longevity and healthy aging across diverse groups
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - 08-Jun-2022
Positive physiological factor extends life expectancy of women beyond 90Read more...
Olive oil may prevent life-threatening diseases and lower risk of early death
Harvard Gazette - 13-Jan-2022
A healthy substitute for animal fats in everyday lifeRead more...
Impact of berry consumption on health and longevity
Consumer Reports - 28-Jun-2021
Health benefits of Anthocyanins found in berriesRead more...
Air pollution harms memory and thinking, not just lungs
Guardian - 03-May-2021
Even short spikes in air pollutants may impair brain health in older menRead more...
Miscarriage could be an early marker for future health risk in women
Independent - 25-Mar-2021
Recurrent or young age miscarriages can up the risk of dying early, but more studies are neededRead more...
Pace of human biological ageing can now be measured via blood test
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health - 05-May-2020
Can aid future trials of therapies aiming at preventing diseases and slowing ageingRead more...
An egg a day is not bad for your health
NHS - 05-Mar-2020
Study saw no correlation between quantity of eggs consumed and heart disease or strokeRead more...
5 habits for extra 10 years to live, revealed in new Harvard study
Express - 17-Feb-2020
Change of lifestyle for extending healthspan, the earlier the betterRead more...
Good lifestyle adds up to 10 years to life expectancy
BBC - 09-Jan-2020
That's 10 years to find a rejuvenation therapy that adds another 10 years... and then another...Read more...
Fresh fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of getting diabetes
Independent - 22-Jul-2019
But not all plant-based foods have the same advantageRead more...
Diabetes risk could be reduced by a quarter by eating fruits and vegetables
Independent - 22-Jul-2019
People who use mainly plant based diets were 23% less prone to develop diabetesRead more...
Red and processed meat may lead to an early death
Guardian - 12-Jun-2019
Shift to a Mediterranean-style diet and limit red and processed meatRead more...
Glucosamine intake leads to lower risk of heart disease and stroke
Independent - 14-May-2019
Reduces levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammationRead more...
E-cigarettes contaminated with bacterial and fungal toxins
Harvard Gazette - 25-Apr-2019
Raw materials used in the production of flavors might be a source of microbial contaminationRead more...
Daily sugary beverage drinkers 14% more likely to die during study
NHS - 19-Mar-2019
And gets worse the more you drinkRead more...
High dosage vitamin D unlikely to prevent cancer or heart attacks
NHS - 14-Nov-2018
Would be interesting to compare to people with low vitamin D blood levelsRead more...
Frequent ejaculation may decrease prostate cancer risk
NHS - 06-Jul-2017
Men who ejaculate more than 20 times a month less likely to report prostate cancer than those eja...Read more...
Looking on the bright side helps you live longer
Telegraph - 07-Dec-2016
Studied data from a national survey of 70,000 women over eight year period. People who were 30% ...Read more...
RNA splicing could help us prevent aging
Futurism - 06-Dec-2016
Researchers wanted to find out the impact of RNA splicing on the ageing processRead more...
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