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Eating more saturated fats raises risk of early death, says US study
The study from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health in the United States has been following 126,000 people for three decades to assess the impact of their diet on their health and lifespan.
Can eating more unsaturated fats lower risk of death?  Medical News Today
Just 90 companies are to blame for most climate change, this carbon accountant ...
"For decades there's been a persistent myth that everyone is responsible, and if everyone is responsible then no one is responsible," says Carroll Muffett, president and CEO of the Center for International Environmental Law in Washington, D.C., who ...
Tiny robotic stingray gives hope to scientists they can create artificial ...
In demonstrations at Harvard University, the 16mm-long robot glided around a water tank at the leisurely pace of 3.2mm per second.
Flight of fancy  The Economist
Harvard makes good business sense for Sharapova
By taking it in contravention of the rules, the International Tennis Federation said, Ms Sharapova was the “sole author of her own misfortune”.
Off-court thanks to ban, Maria Sharapova now learns business at Harvard  Economic Times
Policing protests and Zimbabwe's international obligations
Dr. Thompson Chengeta is a Harvard International Law Scholar. Where the ZRP treat .... Thus, it is understandable that in the interest of public order, safety or national security, for example, the right to freedom of assembly may be limited ...
The Sinister Side of Cash
Dr. Rogoff is Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University and the former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund. This essay is adapted from his new book, “The Curse of Cash,” which will be published in September by ...
Voters deserve responsible nationalism not reflex globalism
Populist opposition to international integration is on the rise in much of continental Europe and has always been the norm in Latin America.
Fed chair Yellen hints at summer US rate rise but urges caution – as it happened
So there you have it and the traders from New York can now go off to the Hamptons. While not specifically mentioning a June rise, she did say it would probably be appropriate for the Federal Reserve to gradually raise rates in the coming months.
Yellen: Rate hike probably appropriate in the coming months  CNBC
Janet Yellen, honored by Radcliffe, ponders economy  Harvard Gazette
Racism at Harvard: months after protests began, students demand concrete change
In March, student protesters at Harvard notched a decisive victory in their fight to “decolonize” their campus, when administrators announced they would retire the Royall family seal, citing “the prospect that its imagery might evoke associations with ...
Carson Block Takes on St. Jude Medical Claiming Hack Risk
Efforts to drive down a Singapore commodity trader, Olam International Ltd., blew up when a state-owned investment firm took control of the company.