Harvard panel on mental health in the workplace

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Diversity Summer Panel focuses on the impacts of mental illness in the workplace and what can be done about it.

Juan Siliezar • harvard
Aug. 23, 2019 ~6 min

Tags:  health-medicine  and-the-fas-office-of-diversity-relations-and-communications  andrea-kelton-harris  callie-crossley  courtney-joly-lowdermilk  diversity-dialogue  diversity-summer-panel  faculty-of-arts-and-sciences  fas-deans-office  fas-diversity-dialogue-series  fas-human-resources  joy-connell  michele-clopper  rame-hanna  tfawa-haynes

Harvard-Michigan opioid summit explores addiction, policy

A University of Michigan-Harvard University summit brought experts from the two universities as well as outside organizations to consider ways to address the opioid epidemic.

Alvin Powell • harvard
May 13, 2019 ~7 min

Tags:  health-medicine  addiction  alvin-powell  barbara-mcquade  craig-summers  david-clayton  harvard-th-chan-school-of-public-health  marketing  meredith-rosenthal  opioid  opioid-epidemic  pharmaceutical-companies  university-of-michigan

Study uses rings in teeth to understand the environment Neanderthals faced

By examining the teeth of Neanderthal infants, a team of researchers was able to glean insight into nursing and weaning behavior as well as winter and summer cycles. The study even found evidence that the Neanderthals had been exposed to lead — the earliest such exposure ever recorded in any human ancestor.

Peter Reuell • harvard
Dec. 3, 2018 ~7 min

Tags:  science-technology  basic-research  daniel-green  faculty-of-arts-and-sciences  fas  green  harvard  lead  lead-exposure  neanderthal  neanderthals  nursing  peter-reuell  reuell  seasonal-changes  seasonal-cycles  seasons  teeth  tooth-chemistry  tooth-rings  weaning  winter-and-summer-cycles

Study uses rings in teeth to understand the environment Neanderthals faced

By examining the teeth of Neanderthal infants, a team of researchers was able to glean insight into nursing and weaning behavior as well as winter and summer cycles. The study even found evidence that the Neanderthals had been exposed to lead — the earliest such exposure ever recorded in any human ancestor.

Peter Reuell • harvard
Dec. 3, 2018 ~7 min

Tags:  science-technology  basic-research  daniel-green  faculty-of-arts-and-sciences  fas  green  harvard  lead  lead-exposure  neanderthal  neanderthals  nursing  peter-reuell  reuell  seasonal-changes  seasonal-cycles  seasons  teeth  tooth-chemistry  tooth-rings  weaning  winter-and-summer-cycles

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