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Astronaut Jessica Meir reflects on her jolting return to Earth
Shannon Nangle explore microbes on Mars
Harvard experts are exploring the history of misinformation and disinformation, and finding ways to better manage it.
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The danger of ‘misinformation, disinformation, delusions, and deceit’
Why do vaccine rumors stick?
The Harvard community is exploring how mental health is impacted by factors like our jobs, our environment, our physical health, the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.
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Mental health professionals push for slow return post-COVID
Navigating mental health at work: a reading list
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Harvard economist sheds light on ‘Great Resignation’
Lawrence Katz answers questions about the historic wave of workers quitting their jobs during the pandemic.
Body’s ability to prevent cell damage hampered by excess carbs
By studying how cells from healthy normal weight and overweight participants broke down carbohydrates in real time, researchers have found clues about what triggers metabolic distress.
Study confirms kids as spreaders of COVID-19 and emerging variants
A new study confirms that children can carry high viral loads of SARS-Co-V-2, making them possible spreaders of current and emerging variants.
New thinking on aspirin and cancer needs dose of nuance, Harvard expert says
The Gazette spoke with Andrew Chan, director of cancer epidemiology at the Mass. General Cancer Center, about the new thinking around aspirin.
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