A community-focused emphasis on prevention plays to the continent's strengths, and could be a new public health model for the globe.
African scientists broke new research ground during the pandemic. It's a sign of things to come.
The editor-in-chief of Nature Africa on how the sector has changed since he was a young researcher.
How Harvard Chan School researchers are taking action on climate change .
As temperatures rise so do heat-related illnesses. Cities and states are trying to find ways to cool off this emerging crisis.
Scientists hope restoring coral reefs will boost a local economy, improve nutrition, and even relieve anxiety.
With sources of stress piling up health experts are looking to root-cause solutions.
Jane Jie Sun supports Harvard LEAD Fellowship promoting women leaders in global health
Harvard T.H. Chan School researchers have helped address the unique COVID-19 burdens faced by countries around the world.
Phyllis Kanki reflects on the successes and failures of the global response to HIV/AIDS, and the work left to do to finally end the disease.