A Radcliffe conference examines the role of gender in medicine and public health.
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Genetic information about specific cancer can lead to better patient treatments
World experts team up for a two-day conference on tobacco control in developing countries.
The pediatric psychiatrists’ book depicts emergency-room experiences with mentally ill children.
New study reveals just how many years of life are added by varying levels of exercise.
How gaps in medical knowledge affect matters of the heart
David G. Nathan on watching his patients grow up and flourish
An ingenious researcher finds the real ingredients of “fake” medicine.
Joins 15 other leading Massachusetts universities and hospitals in urging Congress to reach a resolution.
A Harvard School of Public Health study links soda to teen violence.
The rise in the use of C-sections
Arctic mercury pollution flows from rivers, not the atmosphere.
David Jones, Ackerman professor of the culture of medicine, works in both history and medicine.