Author Archive: Eunah Lee

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The Obesity Epidemic on Campus

| April 22, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Obesity Epidemic on Campus

With an unlimited meal plan and buffet-style meals, do we Harvard students know how big our portions should be? Portions have more than doubled in the past twenty years, and the actual recommended portion sizes may be surprising. Both the type and size of food we consume are positively associated with weight gain, as seen at campus and country level.

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Where are our Family Doctors? One Alternative Solution to the Shortage

| April 9, 2013 | 0 Comments
Where are our Family Doctors? One Alternative Solution to the Shortage

The way a family doctor changed his practice to fit his lifestyle presents an alternative solution to the increasing shortage of internal medicine physicians. Here is a model system completely separate from the insurance system that is set in place today. It promises a sustainable solution by acting on the long-term goal of encouraging the career field.

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Team HBV at Harvard Addresses the Need to Raise Awareness of the Hepatitis B Virus

| November 29, 2012 | 0 Comments
Team HBV at Harvard Addresses the Need to Raise Awareness of the Hepatitis B Virus

When the members of Team HBV (Hepatitis B Virus) at Harvard give their presentations to local communities at high risk for Hepatitis B, they ask as a component of their presentation, “How many of you have heard of Hepatitis B and know exactly what it is?” The proportion of raised hands to this question is, unfortunately, fairly low.

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