Telemedicine holds promise, especially in underserved regions
Infants born to overweight or underweight moms are at higher risk for obesity later in life
Medicare beneficiaries often receive unnecessary second round of diagnostics
Medical students honor their first patients at annual memorial service
Beth Rosenberg will provide advice on industrial chemical spills
New Sackler School master's program responds to growing job sector
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Cognitive psychologist Nathan Ward studies what goes in our brain when we try to do two or more thin...
Human patients could benefit from a study that's underway in dogs with a fatal paralytic diseas...
A well-known composer and choral director, this Tufts alum brought the spirituals of his heritage to...
Research leads to designation of diesel fumes as known carcinogens
Study shows need for caution, as drugs like Prozac can have adverse effects on babies
Tiny oral sensor could help assess patients’ oral and overall health
Some researchers say yes, while others say no
Dean Harris Berman talks about the medical school’s new physician-assistant training program