What are the hidden health costs, though, that might not be reported immediately, but which are a result of a natural disaster?
Two Tufts alumni contributed to research providing a critical clue into the mysterious cause of the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history
Researchers from Tufts Public Health and the School of Engineering are investigating ways to improve indoor air quality in multifamily housing built near major roadways and highways.
Physician and author John Rich talks in a Tufts podcast about how the health-care system needs to realign how it thinks about victims of trauma
While arguments for and against legalization of marijuana extend beyond public health debates, these concerns are critical in the discussion of medical and recreational use of cannabis.
Tufts writers look back over the year and talk about the stories that meant the most to them in 2018
Aviva Must, Dean of Public Health & Professional Degree programs, discusses how trust in science is being eroded but how with continued advocacy, science can resume its historical key role in policymaking, public health, and public service.
Eva Greenthal, MS/MPH ’18, shares how a class assignment inspired her Applied Learning Experience and how she designed her own ALE.
Derrick Young, MPH '17, the new president of the Tufts Public Health and Professional Degree Alumni Association, talks about his goals for the association and the experiences that inspired him to launch the non-profit The Leadership Brainery.