Edition 20 – A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population By Dakoda J. Herman Citation Herman D. The importance of HIV in controlling tuberculosis among Canada’s indigenous population. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population […]

Edition 20 – Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless

Edition 20 – Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless

Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless By Lori Holleran and Gabrielle Poon Citation Holleran L, Poon G. Dying in the shadows: suicide among the homeless. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless According to the 2017 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, conducted by the U.S. Department […]

Edition 19 – Death, Violence, Health, and Poverty in Chicago

Figure 1: Markov Model Used to Estimate Morbidity/Mortality of Diabetes

Death, Violence, Health, and Poverty in Chicago By Earl Fredrick, III, MD, MBA Citation Fredrick III E. Death, violence, health, and poverty in Chicago. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;19. Death, Violence, Health, and Poverty in Chicago Prologue I am by any estimation the product of a privileged upbringing. My father is a physician and my […]

Edition 19 – Gun Safety: A Call to License Arms

Edition 19 – Gun Safety: A Call to License Arms

Gun Safety: A Call to License Arms By Ryan M. Kane, MD, MPH Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kane R. Gun safety: a call to license arms. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;19. Gun Safety: A Call to License Arms The culture of safety that has developed for […]

Edition 19 – Preventing Radicalization to Violence Through Partnerships and Collaboration

Edition 19 – Preventing Radicalization to Violence Through Partnerships and Collaboration

Preventing Radicalization to Violence Through Partnerships and Collaboration By Dr. Heidi Ellis Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Ellis H. Preventing radicalization to violence through partnerships and collaboration. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;19. Preventing Radicalization to Violence Through Partnerships and Collaboration In the space of a single week […]

Edition 15 – The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India

Edition 15 – The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India

The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India By Puneet Gupta Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Gupta P. The cardiovascular disease epidemic: marching forward in India. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;15. The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the largest cause of […]

Edition 15 – Equity in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Who Pays for Obesity Control?

Edition 15 – Equity in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Who Pays for Obesity Control?

Equity in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Who Pays for Obesity Control? By Malcolm M. Kates and Hannah Hayward Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kates M, Hayward H. Equity in sugar-sweetened beverage taxes: who pays for obesity control? Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;15. Equity in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Who […]

Edition 15 – Don’t Blame the Smoker

Edition 15 – Don’t Blame the Smoker

Don’t Blame the Smoker By Justin Kaplan Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kaplan J. Don’t blame the smoker. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;15. Don’t Blame the Smoker “More people die each year from smoking than from murder, AIDS, suicide, drugs, car crashes, and alcohol, combined.” A callous, robotic […]