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Invisible particles in the air are responsible for three of the top ten causes of ill health and death worldwide, warns a new book by Tisch College Senior Fellow Doug Brugge.
The Tisch College Community Research Center will support projects that combine health and education in the Tufts host community of Boston’s Chinatown.
Tufts dental student Shawn Kim, D20, fused dentistry with medicine and entrepreneurship to create an affordable HIV diagnostic kit.
CAFEH, a five-year, NIH-funded environmental health study, continues to produce valuable scholarship and improve communities.
The medical school's common reading program, supported by Tisch College, gives incoming students insight into pressing healthcare issues and often inspires them to serve.
A new program from one of our Faculty Fellows will test if recycled Jawbones and Fitbits can help underserved populations get healthier.
At a recent conference Prof. Doug Brugge, a leader of Tisch College's community-based research efforts, continued to sound the alarm about dangerous pollution from uranium mining in Africa.
The CAFEH project, supported by Tisch College, recently released a report on the health risks of living near freeways.
On October 28, the former Secretary of Health and Human Services visited Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series.
Hosted on campus by Tisch College, former secretary of health and human services Kathleen Sebelius talks about the Affordable Care Act, the political life and Ebola.