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Ventura County Star
Colorado program enlists gun shop owners to raise suicide awarenessfew years ago; it's now being tried in Nevada and a few other states. Catherine
Colorado program enlists gun shop owners to raise suicide awareness
Ventura County Star / Posted 13 hours ago
few years ago; it's now being tried in Nevada and a few other states. Catherine Barber, a suicide prevention expert at the Harvard School of Public Health, helped design the initiative and hopes that constructive collaboration on firearm suicide... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Gwynn's death renews call for chewing tobacco banof San Diego State University, where he starred as a two-sport athlete, when he
Gwynn's death renews call for chewing tobacco ban
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
of San Diego State University, where he starred as a two-sport athlete, when he died. Gregory Connolly, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston who has worked to get chewing tobacco out of baseball for about 30 years, says... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 17 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming low-fat diets sparks debateon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming low-fat diets sparks debate
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 17 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming low-fat diets sparks debateon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming low-fat diets sparks debate
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 17 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 17 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...
Dayton Daily News / Posted 18 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
Bring on the saturated fat: Controversial report slamming...
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steakon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak
KGTV San Diego / Posted yesterday
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steakon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted yesterday
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steakon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted yesterday
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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KIVI Boise
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steakon carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of
These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak
KIVI Boise / Posted yesterday
on carbohydrates, a food source the charities say can lead to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes. Citing studies from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Cambridge and other institutions, the health charities argue saturated fat... Read more
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Mashable
New report says we should 'eat fat to get thin', but not everyone agreesin their natural form,” the report continues. The report — which cites studies
New report says we should 'eat fat to get thin', but not everyone agrees
Mashable / Posted yesterday
in their natural form,” the report continues. The report — which cites studies by the University of Cambridge and the Harvard School of Public Health — suggests eating "whole foods" including dairy, fish and meat, and high-fat healthy foods... Read more
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express
Need a health kick? Every woman should put THESE five foods in the shopping trolleyparticularly relevant to postmenopausal women whose risk falls in line with men
Need a health kick? Every woman should put THESE five foods in the shopping trolley
express / Posted 4 days ago
particularly relevant to postmenopausal women whose risk falls in line with men of a similar age. “A large study from the Harvard School of Public Health that was published in January this year also suggested that maintaining a diet high in fibre... Read more
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Business Wire
AHF: “Business as Usual Cannot Continue,” Declare Public Health Experts as World Health Organization Prepares to Elect New LeaderPiot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus and now Dean of the London School of
AHF: “Business as Usual Cannot Continue,” Declare Public Health Experts as World Health Organization Prepares to Elect New Leader
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
Piot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus and now Dean of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Harvard School of Public Health Professor Ashish Jha; Harvard Global Health Institute Research Director Suerie Moon; AIDS... Read more
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New York Post
Everyone in the world is drinking less alcohol — except Americansfewer people drank during those years than did during 2006 to 2007, according t
Everyone in the world is drinking less alcohol — except Americans
New York Post / Posted 5 days ago
fewer people drank during those years than did during 2006 to 2007, according to a 2013 study by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, Stanford University’s Department of Medicine and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
What you've always been told about breakfast may be wrongor sweet rolls], it may be as bad [as], or worse than, skipping breakfast," Dav
What you've always been told about breakfast may be wrong
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
or sweet rolls], it may be as bad [as], or worse than, skipping breakfast," David Ludwig, a nutrition professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, told NPR. The newspaper quoted Bristol University psychology professor Peter Rogers, who... Read more
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Market Watch
The world is drinking less alcohol — except Americansfewer people drank during those years than did during 2006 to 2007, according t
The world is drinking less alcohol — except Americans
Market Watch / Posted 5 days ago
fewer people drank during those years than did during 2006 to 2007, according to a 2013 study by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, Stanford University’s Department of Medicine and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical... Read more
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Orange County Register
Much of world suffers not from abuse of painkillers, but absence of themstrict scrutiny makes physicians afraid,” he said. Afsan Bhadelia, a visiting
Much of world suffers not from abuse of painkillers, but absence of them
Orange County Register / Posted 6 days ago
strict scrutiny makes physicians afraid,” he said. Afsan Bhadelia, a visiting scientist and palliative care expert at the Harvard School of Public Health, said “the biggest misconception” internationally regarding opioids was the need for tighter... Read more
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Boston Globe
Much of world suffers not from abuse of painkillers, but from lack of themwhere opioid misuse is a growing cause of death. Afsan Bhadelia, a visiting sc
Much of world suffers not from abuse of painkillers, but from lack of them
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
where opioid misuse is a growing cause of death. Afsan Bhadelia, a visiting scientist and palliative care expert at the Harvard School of Public Health, said “the biggest misconception” internationally regarding opioids was the need for tighter... Read more
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Deseret News
What you've always been told about breakfast may be wrongor sweet rolls], it may be as bad [as], or worse than, skipping breakfast," Dav
What you've always been told about breakfast may be wrong
Deseret News / Posted 8 days ago
or sweet rolls], it may be as bad [as], or worse than, skipping breakfast," David Ludwig, a nutrition professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, told NPR. NPR noted that people who don't eat breakfast aren't unusual, because mealtimes... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
St. Mikes graduates ready for the next stepDr. Frederick Burkle, a graduate from the class of 1961, gave the commencement
St. Mikes graduates ready for the next step
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 9 days ago
Dr. Frederick Burkle, a graduate from the class of 1961, gave the commencement address. Burkle currently teaches at the Harvard School of Public Health. He encouraged the students to remember the importance of volunteering and staying in touch.... Read more
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examiner.com
Violent criminals avoid jail due to criminal justice reformhigher than the combined rate of 21 Western developed nations plus Japan, accor
Violent criminals avoid jail due to criminal justice reform
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
higher than the combined rate of 21 Western developed nations plus Japan, according to a 2011 study by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and the UCLA School of Public Health.” Contrary to the advocates’ claim that the U.S.... Read more
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NBC News
Hefty Surprise Medical Bills Can Be a Burden for Familiesthink it's just deeply unfair to consumers," said Dr. Ashish Jha, a professor o
Hefty Surprise Medical Bills Can Be a Burden for Families
NBC News / Posted 11 days ago
think it's just deeply unfair to consumers," said Dr. Ashish Jha, a professor of international health at the Harvard School of Public Health. "Hospitals just have to function differently. I think ultimately they should be responsible... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Breakfast Blowback: Maybe Skipping The Morning Meal Isn't So Bador not eating early in the morning? We put the question to David Ludwig, an obe
Breakfast Blowback: Maybe Skipping The Morning Meal Isn't So Bad
KERA North Texas / Posted 11 days ago
or not eating early in the morning? We put the question to David Ludwig, an obesity researcher, nutrition professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, and author of the book Always Hungry? And his answer, in short, is this: What we eat in the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Breakfast Blowback: Maybe Skipping The Morning Meal Isn't So Bador not eating early in the morning? We put the question to David Ludwig, an obe
Breakfast Blowback: Maybe Skipping The Morning Meal Isn't So Bad
KPBS San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
or not eating early in the morning? We put the question to David Ludwig, an obesity researcher, nutrition professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, and author of the book Always Hungry? And his answer, in short, is this: What we eat in the... Read more
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express
Fruit and vegetables help avoid breast cancer, study saysBritish women every year. The five were “significantly associated” with reduce
Fruit and vegetables help avoid breast cancer, study says
express / Posted 13 days ago
British women every year. The five were “significantly associated” with reduced risk, according to a 20-year study at the Harvard School of Public Health in the US, giving weight to the idea that what we eat as teenagers could be “particularly... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Healthy Life: Omega- 3 fatty acids — a fishy topicomega-3 ALA including flaxseeds, walnuts, beans (pinto, soy, navy and kidney) a
Healthy Life: Omega- 3 fatty acids — a fishy topic
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
omega-3 ALA including flaxseeds, walnuts, beans (pinto, soy, navy and kidney) and winter squash. How much should you eat? Harvard School of Public Health calculated that eating about 2 grams per week of omega-3 fatty acids in fish, equal to about... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why you’re wasting your time on diet drinksand promotes weight loss or maintenance,” Ms Beck said. ‘But other research sh
Why you’re wasting your time on diet drinks
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
and promotes weight loss or maintenance,” Ms Beck said. ‘But other research shows no effect. “A recent review from Harvard School of Public Health concluded that ‘diet soda may not be a healthy substitute for sugary soda’. For adults... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why you’re wasting your time on diet drinksand promotes weight loss or maintenance,” Ms Beck said. ‘But other research sh
Why you’re wasting your time on diet drinks
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
and promotes weight loss or maintenance,” Ms Beck said. ‘But other research shows no effect. “A recent review from Harvard School of Public Health concluded that ‘diet soda may not be a healthy substitute for sugary soda’. For adults... Read more
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New York Post
Stop worrying about getting fat and ditch your skim milk foreverof milk, one cup of yogurt, or 1.5 ounces of natural cheese. Starting back in
Stop worrying about getting fat and ditch your skim milk forever
New York Post / Posted 18 days ago
of milk, one cup of yogurt, or 1.5 ounces of natural cheese. Starting back in 1989, researchers from Tufts University and Harvard School of Public Health took regular blood samples from 3,333 adults, all of whom were diabetes-free at the outset,... Read more
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Al.com
Johnson & Johnson should warn women of talc danger, Alabama attorney sayscancer. Two widely accepted studies that followed women over a lengthy period
Johnson & Johnson should warn women of talc danger, Alabama attorney says
Al.com / Posted 19 days ago
cancer. Two widely accepted studies that followed women over a lengthy period of time—the Nurses' Health Study by the Harvard School of Public Health (published in 2009) and the Women's Health Initiative Observational Cohort by the U.S.... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
One of the best parenting tips comes from a 4,800-year-old fossilsigns, and increased breast-feeding — are likely to be the same across settings
One of the best parenting tips comes from a 4,800-year-old fossil
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
signs, and increased breast-feeding — are likely to be the same across settings," senior study author Dr. Grace Chan of the Harvard School of Public Health and Boston Children's Hospital. "And that could lead to improvements in outcomes for infants... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Lie of Low-Tar Cigarettesto trial last November after dragging on for 17 years. He has impressive creden
The Lie of Low-Tar Cigarettes
The Atlantic / Posted 20 days ago
to trial last November after dragging on for 17 years. He has impressive credentials, having been a faculty member at the Harvard School of Public Health for 24 years and served as a consultant to the EPA and the Justice Department. Valberg has... Read more
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Daily Press
Hampton seafood company, assisted living facilities, partner to bring fresh fish to residentsit fresh, we're buying it local, and we're supporting local fishermen." Citing
Hampton seafood company, assisted living facilities, partner to bring fresh fish to residents
Daily Press / Posted 22 days ago
it fresh, we're buying it local, and we're supporting local fishermen." Citing studies by the Centers for Disease Control, Harvard School of Public Health and Rush University Medical Center, Commonwealth officials touted the health benefits of the... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Force for goodMichelle Obama to expand education for girls around the world. She has an M.S.
Force for good
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
Michelle Obama to expand education for girls around the world. She has an M.S. in health policy and management from the Harvard School of Public Health and a B.A. from Boston University. She told the graduates to appreciate and love their... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weightweight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and t
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weight
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 26 days ago
weight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and the intensity of your workout. According to Harvard School of Public Health, people trying to lose weight should exercise for at least 30 minutes a day.Lack Of... Read more
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FOX News
6 lifestyle factors may predict young women’s heart disease risk, study saysand biostatistics at Indiana University, told FoxNews.com. Chomistek and other
6 lifestyle factors may predict young women’s heart disease risk, study says
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
and biostatistics at Indiana University, told FoxNews.com. Chomistek and other study authors at Indiana University, the Harvard School of Public Health, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital analyzed data on 69,247 women with an average age of about... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
In nation of routine gun violence, Ohio killings an anomalyis an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Contr
In nation of routine gun violence, Ohio killings an anomaly
Detroit Free Press / Posted 27 days ago
is an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Control Research Center within the Harvard School of Public Health. Azrael has helped lead nationwide research in mass murders, which generally is defined as... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
In a nation of routine gun violence, Pike County killings still an anomalyis an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Contr
In a nation of routine gun violence, Pike County killings still an anomaly
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 27 days ago
is an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Control Research Center within the Harvard School of Public Health. Azrael has helped lead nationwide research in mass killings, which generally is defined as... Read more
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USA Today
In nation of routine gun violence, Ohio killings an anomalyis an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Contr
In nation of routine gun violence, Ohio killings an anomaly
USA Today / Posted 27 days ago
is an execution,” said Deborah Azrael, director of research at the Injury Control Research Center within the Harvard School of Public Health. Azrael has helped lead nationwide research in mass murders, which generally is defined as... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Let fish make a splash in your healthy eating effortsdiet can play a significant role in reducing risk of cardiovascular disease, as
Let fish make a splash in your healthy eating efforts
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 days ago
diet can play a significant role in reducing risk of cardiovascular disease, as well as dementia. In 2013, researchers at Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Washington published findings indicating that older people with omega... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weightweight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and t
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weight
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted a month ago
weight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and the intensity of your workout. According to Harvard School of Public Health, people trying to lose weight should exercise for at least 30 minutes a day.Lack Of... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weightweight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and t
10 reasons you're exercising and not losing weight
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted a month ago
weight may vary depending on your age, what type of exercise you’re doing and the intensity of your workout. According to Harvard School of Public Health, people trying to lose weight should exercise for at least 30 minutes a day.Lack Of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Middle-aged white people lead surge in suicide rate2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom gene
Middle-aged white people lead surge in suicide rate
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted a month ago
2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom generation has aged, said Cathy Barber of the Harvard School of Public Health. Alex Crosby, chief of the surveillance branch in the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
US suicide rate up, especially among whites2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom gene
US suicide rate up, especially among whites
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 1 months ago
2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom generation has aged, said Cathy Barber of the Harvard School of Public Health. Alex Crosby, chief of the surveillance branch in the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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WBUR Boston
Are Health And Happiness Connected? That’s What A New Harvard Center Aims To Find OutE Theriot/Flickr) If you’re happy and you know it, are you actually a healthie
Are Health And Happiness Connected? That’s What A New Harvard Center Aims To Find Out
WBUR Boston / Posted 1 months ago
E Theriot/Flickr) If you’re happy and you know it, are you actually a healthier person? That’s what a new center at the Harvard School of Public Health wants to find out. The Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness will examine how... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom gene
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom generation has aged, said Cathy Barber of the Harvard School of Public Health. Alex Crosby, chief of the surveillance branch in the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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The Morning Call
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom gene
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom generation has aged, said Cathy Barber of the Harvard School of Public Health. Alex Crosby, chief of the surveillance branch in the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom gene
U.S. suicide rate surges to three decade high
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
2000, but rates have risen back to the level of the 1980s as the baby-boom generation has aged, said Cathy Barber of the Harvard School of Public Health. Alex Crosby, chief of the surveillance branch in the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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