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Harvard School of Public Health Receives Anonymous $10 Million Gift
Philanthropy News Digest

Imaging comes first as Harvard launches evidence-based library

Harvard Medical School has introduced a publicly accessible, fully digital library of evidence to guide clinicians in their imaging decisions. The idea is to not merely reduce unnecessary procedures and health care spending but also ensure that ... HealthImaging, 1 week ago
$10 million gift for scholarships, professorship, leadership training Harvard School of Public Health, 2 weeks ago
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Medical Daily

Children Born By C-Section At Higher Risk Of Obesity

A new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has revealed that childrenborn by cesarean delivery were 15 percentmore likely to become obese than those born by vaginal birth. The study, which was published TuesdayinJAMA Pediatrics,also ...
 Medical Daily3 weeks ago OptiBiotix Health plc Cesarean Birth and Risk of Obesity  DirectorsTalk3 weeks ago C-section births linked to greater risk of obesity: Report  Washington Times3 weeks ago Cesarean Birth Linked to Risk of Obesity in Childhood  US News & World Report3 weeks ago
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The Indoor Air Quality-Worker Productivity Connection

About one year ago today, Harvard School of Public Health released the results of a major study on the negative impact of poor indoor air quality (IAQ). 1 The study was designed to objectively quantify the impact of indoor environmental [quality] on ...
 IMPO2 weeks ago
HealthMediciNet.com

How the sugar industry paid prestigious Harvard researchers to say fat (NOT sugar) caused heart disease

Home ┬╗ Health ┬╗ / no comments The sugar industry paid prestigious Harvard scientists to publish research saying fat not sugar was a key cause of heart disease, newly unveiled documents reveal. At the time, in the 1960s, conflict of ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago The Sugar Industry Paid Off Harvard Researchers┬╗  Boston Magazine2 weeks ago Sweet Deceptions from 1960s Reverberate Today  Health Leaders2 weeks ago Harvard's Sugar Industry Scandal Is Just The Tip Of The Iceberg  Huffington Post2 weeks ago
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Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Fine Particulate Matter and Renal Function in Older Men: The Veterans Administration Normative Aging Study

1Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program, Department of Environmental Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; 2Department of Geography and Environmental Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago

Shout Out: Bertha Madras, a Harvard professor who addressed marijuana use at Stevenson High School

Before she recently addressed Stevenson High School students and parents, Bertha Madras asked herself the one question she works to prevent teens from asking themselves. "How did I get into drugs?" Madras said she has been "into drugs" for ...
 Chicago Tribune - Buffalo Grove1 week ago

CEO Daily: Thursday 15th September

Good morning. A new report from the Harvard Business School this morning says the United States is "failing the test" of economic competitiveness. The report is part of a project launched in 2011 by Michael Porter and his colleagues to ...
 Fortune2 weeks ago

Poll Says 86% of Public Favor 16-Hour Cap on Resident Hours

Results released Tuesday from a poll commissioned by the watchdog Public Citizen's Health Research Group indicate that 86% of likely voters oppose a move to lift the current 16-hour cap on first-year medical residents' shifts. Celinda Lake, ...
 Dermatology Online Journal2 weeks ago
ABC News

Sugar Industry Paid for Medical Review in 1960s, Report Finds

Potential conflicts from industry-sponsored medical research have been an ongoing concern among public health officials, and a new report looks at how undisclosed funding could have had a major impact on medical findings and decades of research that ...
 ABC News2 weeks ago Historical analysis examines sugar industry role in heart disease research  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago
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Liz Weston: Money lessons that actually stick

Efforts to make us smarter about money don't seem to be working. A Harvard Business School study found personal finance classes taught in high school had no effect on "financial outcomes," such as how much people saved or how likely they were to ...
 San Francisco Chronicle2 weeks ago
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