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Surplus intake of whole grains may lower mortality rates

s from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have found that the people, who ate 70 grams per day, compared with those who ate little or no whole grains had a lower risk of dying. The previous studies have found that the whole grains may reduce the risk ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Whole grains help you live longer Asian Age, 2 months ago

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Are Americans at risk from unsafe drinking water?

The new survey, conducted by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, relates to levels of industrial chemicals found in samples of drinking water. The ...
 Digital Journal2 weeks ago Traveling fellows pursue research far afield  PressReleasePoint3 weeks ago

Can A Dirty Mouth Worsen Colorectal Cancer? Harvard School of Public Health Study

Fusobacteria Use A Special Sugar-Binding Protein To Bind To Colon Tumors Boston, MA — Some bacteria, called fusobacteria, commonly found in the mouth, use a sugar-binding protein to stick to developing colorectal polyps and cancers, according to ...
 BioSpace2 weeks ago Fusobacteria use a special sugar-binding protein to bind to colon tumors  Biocompare2 weeks ago How mouth microbes may worsen colorectal cancer  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Fusobacteria Use Sugar-Binding Protein to Develop Colon Cancer  MedIndia2 weeks ago

ACA Medicaid expansion linked with better health care, improved health for low-income adults

Posted August 9th, 2016 for Public Affairs & Communications News from Harvard schools, offices, and affiliates Two years after Medicaid coverage was expanded under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in their states, low-income adults in Kentucky and ...
 PressReleasePoint2 weeks ago Medicaid expansion under ACA linked with better health care for low-income adults  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Alternative insurance expansions under ACA linked to better access, use of care  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Nurses Health Study Participants Needed

One of the longest running studies of health is expanding, and needs your help! The Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital are excited to announce that the Nurses' Health Study, for the first time, is now accepting both ...
 WSNA2 weeks ago HHS forges unprecedented partnership to combat antimicrobial resistance  UKSPA2 weeks ago Investigators at Harvard School of Public Health Report Findings in Health Policy (Views of health system policymakers on the role of research in…  Insurance News Net3 weeks ago Global Health Experts Adopt Data Mining Guidelines weeks ago

Harvard - CRI - Sciences Po: an original summer school in Paris

For the first time, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is partnering with Harvard and the Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires (CRI) to offer students from these three prestigious institutions a programme combining hard sciences and social ...
 SciencesPo.fr3 weeks ago 14 of the most successful Harvard Law School alumni of all time  BusinessInsider.sg3 weeks ago Business Insider: The 25 best private law schools in America  BusinessInsider.sg3 weeks ago

Researchers' Work from Harvard School of Medicine Focuses on Health Insurance (Experiences applying for and understanding health insurance under...

Researchers' Work from Harvard School of Medicine Focuses on Health Insurance (Experiences applying for and understanding health insurance under Massachusetts health care reform) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Managed Care Weekly Digest ...
 Pharmacy Choice1 week ago Trajectory of functional recovery after postoperative delirium  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

August 9, 2016

First Look summarizes new working papers, case studies, and publications produced by Harvard Business School faculty. Readers receive early knowledge of cutting-edge ideas before they enter the mainstream of business practice. For complete details ...
 HBS Working Knowledge2 weeks ago

Zika strikes overseas U.S. troops 1 day ago

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Amanda Golembiewski, an Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine public health technician, issues a collection pack for Zika testing to Senior Airman Dan Little on June 7, 2016, in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic. (Photo: Tech.
 Air Force Times3 weeks ago Zika strikes overseas U.S. troops  Navy Times3 weeks ago
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Public-Private Partnership to Advance Antibiotics, Rapid Diagnostics

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , Boston University School of Law , and the UK-based Wellcome Trust and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Centre have announced a $350 million public-private partnership to accelerate the development of ...
 Philanthropy News Digest3 weeks ago
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