Harvard Medicine News
First Encounter

New research shows forced sexual initiation is common, and it comes with far-reaching physical and mental health consequences.

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Teenage Sleep Hygiene

What does a teen's irregular sleep schedule have to do with obesity? Quite a lot, according to a groundbreaking 20-year study.

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Adaptive Learning

How is teaching being revamped to provide future primary care physicians with the skills they'll need?

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Sneaky Spread

A new investigation looks at how breast cancer gets past the blood-brain barrier.

Tumor-derived exosomes (red, arrows) cross the blood-brain barrier and are taken up by astrocytes (green) in mouse brain tissue.
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