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Study: Anti-HIV Drugs Shown Largely Safe for Pregnant Women

The recent study examined the incidence of negative health effects in infants whose mothers used antiretrovirals and was designed to help doctors assemble the safest combination of HIV drugs by indicating which are associated with the least risk.


Researchers Hail Potential HIV/AIDS Breakthrough

Researchers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute are cautiously optimistic about a new technique that could possibly combat or even cure HIV/AIDS.

Social Spaces

Living Larista Loca at Lamont

Whether you need to pull an all-nighter, hammer out a paper, or drown your sorrows in endless caffeine, Lamont baristas (Laristas) are there for you.

Harvard Business School

HBS Alumni's App Allows Customers to Pay Restaurant Bills Through Their Smartphones

SplitNGo will help customers, restaurants, and waiters according to an advisor to co-founders Steve Gorodetskiy and Andres Sarmiento, who developed the app at the Innovation Lab.


Campaign To Raise Funds for Tuberculosis Patients Kicks Off

The fundraiser aims to raise $5,000 for the Bell Foundation to cure one patient with tuberculosis in North Korea.

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Radcliffe Institute

ACLU Director: Recent Rulings Endanger Women’s Rights

The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts executive director discussed the role of women's rights in recent court cases on Monday.


Researchers Develop Bacteria Repellant for Medical Equipment

Harvard scientists developed a coating for medical devices that repels blood and bacteria, researchers announced last Sunday.

Primitive and Intelligent Life Lecture

Astronomy Chair Breaks Down Search for Other Life Forms

Abraham "Avi" Loeb highlighted several modern strategies for finding extraterrestrial life Tuesday.