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Report compares dietary fat intake among 266 countries
Harvard School of Public Health

Report compares dietary fat intake among 266 countries

—Harvard School of Public Health researchers and colleagues have compiled the first global data on dietary intakes of specific fats worldwide. The report compares the intake of saturated fat , cholesterol , trans fats , omega 3s , and other fats ... Harvard School of Public Health, 1 day ago
Intensive course in Brazil immerses students in public health fieldwork Harvard School of Public Health, 4 days ago

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Study: kids lose 7 minutes of sleep for every hour of TV

Researchers at MassGeneral Hospital for Children and the Harvard School of Public Health have established a link between the time children spend in front of the tube and the duration of their nightly sleep. Their findings suggest that more time ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago Children lose seven minutes of sleep for every hour of TV they watch  Big News Network2 days ago Kids lose sleep for every hour of TV  IAfrica.com4 days ago Children lose 7 minutes of sleep for every hour of TV, study finds  CTV News4 days ago
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Trans fat can cause type 2 diabetes mellitus

(Foodconsumer.org) -- A new study led by Qianyi Wang from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts suggest that eating too much trans fat increases risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus. It has been known for some time that intake of ...
 Food Consumer4 days ago Eating Too Much Meat Tied To Higher Diabetes Risk, Harvard School of Public Health Study  BioSpace5 days ago Too much animal protein tied to higher diabetes risk  GlobalPost6 days ago Diet, exercise offer protection agains...  IOL1 week ago
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David Eisenberg

is an associate professor of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health and executive vice president for health research and education at the Samueli Institute. He is also founder of Healthy Kitchens/Healthy Lives. His interests include ...
 AARP5 days ago Teaching survival skills in disaster-prone areas  Harvard School of Public Health1 week ago Chefs and scientists partner to promote healthy, sustainable food  Harvard School of Public Health1 week ago Study confirms impact of clinician-patient relationship on health outcomes  EurekAlert!1 week ago

Economic growth does not necessarily end undernutrition among kids: Lancet

Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Gottingen, Germany, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, found not much association between economic growth and signs of undernutrition. S.V.
 Sify3 weeks ago

Urban Indias healthcare requires holistic, disruptive and collaborative solutions

A recent study by the Harvard School of Public Health assessed the financial burden of NCDs in India at nearly $6.2 trillion from 2012 through 2030. By Karan Singh India's healthcare outlook is troubling. A tsunami of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Research Suggests Masculine Boys, Feminine Girls More Likely to Engage in Cancer Risk Behaviors

A new study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers reveals that young people who conform most strongly to norms of masculinity and femininity are significantly more likely than their peers to engage in behaviors that pose cancer ...
 MedIndia1 day ago Medical News Today: Teens who conform to gender norms 'more likely to engage in cancer-risk behaviors'  Medical News Today3 days ago Masculine boys, feminine girls more likely to engage in cancer risk behaviors  EurekAlert!4 days ago Public Health News Roundup: April 14  RWJF6 days ago
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Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health Report Details of New Studies and Findings in the Area of HIV/AIDS

(NewsRx) -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at AIDS Weekly -- Investigators discuss new findings in Immune System Diseases and Conditions. According to news originating from Boston, Massachusetts, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, ...
 AEGIS5 days ago Stroke: Halting immune response could save brain cells after stroke  NewsRX1 day ago Halting immune response could save brain cells after stroke  Jagran Post1 month ago

New study from Harvard identifies transgender health disparities

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 15-Apr-2014 New Rochelle, NY, April 15, 2014—Transgender individuals are medically underserved and their healthcare needs incompletely understood in part because they represent a subpopulation whose health is rarely ...
 EurekAlert!5 days ago Study analyzes data to assess health disparities of transgender individuals  News-Medical.Net4 days ago
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Huma Rana, M.D., receives 2014 Richard King Award for best publication, Genetics in Medicine

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 4-Apr-2014 Huma Q. Rana, MD of Harvard Medical School's Dana Farber Cancer Institute is the recipient of the 2014 Richard King Trainee Award. This award was instituted five years ago by the to encourage ABMG or genetic ...
 EurekAlert!2 weeks ago
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