Edition 29 – “Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity

Edition 29 – “Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity

“Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity By Adele Houghton Citation Houghton A. “Co-Benefits” as a lens through which COVID-19 building upgrades can advance environmental sustainability, climate mitigation and adaptation, and social equity. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29.  “Co-Benefits” as a Lens […]

Edition 29 – Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia

Edition 29 – Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia

Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia By Laura K. McCosker Citation McCosker L. Reflections on one of the world’s harshest COVID-19 lockdowns, and on the possibility of eliminating COVID-19 in Australia. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29. Reflections on One of the World’s […]

Edition 29 – Disability, Depression, and Dogs During COVID-19: Is There a Relationship?

Edition 29 – Disability, Depression, and Dogs During COVID-19: Is There a Relationship?

Disability, Depression, and Dogs During Covid-19: Is There a Relationship? By Liza D. Molina, ScD, MPH Citation Molina L. Disability, depression, and dogs during COVID-19: is there a relationship?. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29. Disability, Depression, and Dogs During Covid-19: Is There a Relationship? Introduction Human-dog interaction has long been recognized for its therapeutic […]