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At an event hosted by the School of Medicine, a panel of experts offered examples from Asia to show how increased trust in government and better communication with the public saved lives during the pandemic
A professor and researcher at Tufts University School of Medicine outlines tangible ways to prevent gun violence in the U.S.
A longtime physician and faculty member at Tufts University School of Medicine is the author of a new book about how war affects health
Meet a few of this year’s graduates!
"My vision for myself is to translate my passion for physical therapy education in endeavors that allow engagement of stakeholders from varied backgrounds and beliefs."
"I suppose at the end of the day I believe that helping someone introduce regular, structured physical activity into their lifestyle...can be an extremely positive and potentially life-changing intervention."
National Public Health Week will take place April 4-10, 2022. This year’s theme is, “Public Health is Where You Are.”
Join us in recognizing Scott Epstein, M84, a 2021 Tufts Distinguish Service Award Recipient
Some say COVID-19 will soon be endemic, but an epidemiologist warns that a return to normalcy may leave communities of color and other vulnerable populations at risk