Isolation, emotional neglect, and fear of life-threatening disease may bring up past traumas for caregivers to manage, cautions social work professor.
A recent graduate reflects on the mentoring lessons learned through the Meyerhoff Program that he’ll bring with him to Harvard and beyond.
The pandemic gave Americans a tantalizing glimpse of what less car-oriented cities would look like. But what happens if cities just return to “normal”?
President Biden’s promise to “lead with science and truth” will help reclaim lost ground by restoring U.S. leadership in science and technology.
When density is no longer cursed by contagion, cities will reassert their magic, through their ability to enhance sharing, matching, and learning.
As public health becomes increasingly digital, systems engineering will begin to fill this critical public health knowledge gap.
The Ellume COVID-19 Home Test is expected to cost US$30, is easy to use, and produces results within 20 minutes. But it still has its limitations.
The push to tighten Poland’s abortion laws has proved a lightning bolt moment for protesters.
Freeman Hrabowski and his wife Jackie volunteered to take part in a 25-month clinical trial of the COVID-19 vaccine invented by alumna Kizzmekia Corbett.
High test-positivity rates mean the current confirmed case numbers are undercounting total cases.