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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

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  • Over the next few decades more people will develop dementia because people are living longer. But recent research suggests that rates of new cases of Alzheimer’s are actually on the decline. #WorldAlzMonth #HealthyAgingMonth

      

  • New research suggests that men may want to choose boxers over briefs when they and their partners are seeking to become pregnant. Learn more here: harvardhealth.me/1dbb3

      

  • Globally, people are living longer. What are the most compelling ways to ensure a sustainably healthy life? In this live event, Deepak Chopra will discuss the important connections between mind, immunity, genes and body. Dr. Chopra will explore how chronic stress and inflammation can undermine immunity and health, ultimately seeking to empower people who wish to nurture their wellbeing over their lifetimes. He also will discuss how these insights play out within public health, particularly as individuals and societies cope with epidemics, environmental threats, superbugs, aging and other challenges.

      

  • Breastfeeding has been recognized for decades as the best way to feed infants, but global prevalence remains low, says Harvard Chan's Ana Langer.

      

  • Congressional districts in the southeastern U.S., Appalachia, and the rural west have some of the highest opioid prescribing rates in the country, according to a new Harvard Chan analysis.

      

  • Chemicals produced by burning organic matter linked with faster aging

      

  • Reducing obesity risk in children

      

  • Preparing for the economic effects of future pandemics

      

  • Taxing diet pills might keep them out of teens’ hands

      

  • Is it harder to think straight during a heat wave?

      

  • New Medicaid approaches could compromise coverage, care

      

  • Do cooking oils present a health risk?

      

Over the next few decades more people will develop dementia because people are living longer. But recent research suggests that rates of new cases of Alzheimer’s are actually on the decline. #WorldAlzMonth #HealthyAgingMonth

 

 

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