New FDA policies limit drugs’ use in food animals, consumer goods
The delicate balance of beneficial bacteria keeps oral disease at bay
New center will take advantage of Tufts’ unique constellation of schools
Johanna Seddon honored by her alma mater and her colleagues in ophthalmology
Posting the numbers in restaurants is just a first step in changing consumer behavior
One of the architects of the Affordable Care Act talks about its lesser-known benefits
Confusion among patients and health-care proxies is widespread
The struggle for coverage by insurers should ease under Obamacare
Students in new program will concentrate on urban health
Two new faculty members join medical school department
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Tufts professor will lead study of patients in 17 states
Sackler student examines the genetic underpinnings of the disease
Gift encourages collaboration to expand the possibilities of cancer research
Military service is too often left out of the patient’s medical profile
These four alums provide support and guidance for the next generation of caregivers