Below, Paul Charlton, Geisel ’14, shares a firsthand account of his travels to Pakistan.
In a story about the future of Medicare and how the government will pay for the care of older Americans, Elliott Fisher, a professor of medicine at The Dartmouth Institute for He
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The switch on the wall turns on the light; flip it the other way and the room goes dark. Now imagine such a switch, but on a molecular level. This is not science fiction.
If you ask Professor Punam Anand Keller, who teaches social marketing at the Tuck School of Business and strategic health marketing in the Master of Health Care Del
According to a 2009 At a Glance report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “chronic diseases are the most common and costly of all health problems, but they are also the most preventable.