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An illustration of norovirus.

What to Know About Norovirus

A physician and clinical faculty member in family medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine offers advice on how to treat norovirus at home and when to see a doctor
A woman sitting on a couch blows her nose

Is it Allergies or Something Else?

A family physician at Tufts University School of Medicine offers advice for how to treat allergies and how to tell if symptoms are due to allergies, the common cold, the flu, or COVID-19
An open white plastic drug bottle with while pills pouring out. Allen Shaughnessy, a Tufts professor of family medicine, explains how acetaminophen, also known as paracetamol, works

How Does Acetaminophen Work?

It’s still kind of a mystery exactly how it relieves fever and pain, says Allen Shaughnessy, Pharm.D., a Tufts professor of family medicine
Adam Normandin

Alumni Profile: Dr. Adam Normandin

“I think that civic engagement really is the base of it all”: Dr. Adam Normandin’s work with patients experiencing homelessness comes full circle.
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