Men routinely get screened for prostate cancer with the P.S.A. blood test, but should they?
Hospital readmission rates for Medicare patients held steady from 2004-2009, according to a new report by the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care.
Classics Professor Roger Ulrich takes hands-on research to new heights and shares his passion for the past with today’s students.
Headlines report hackers stealing credit card codes or disrupting national defense systems, but for David Kotz ’86, the implications of cybersecurity strike much closer to home.
"For years, computers have been creeping ever nearer to our neurons," The New York Times says in a story surveying the state of the field in computerized implants.
In this second installment of a three-part series, Dartmouth Now profiles faculty appointed to newly endowed chairs this year.
A Dartmouth professor’s research on monkeys shows what humans have known for some time: when you see the color red, watch out.
Four students took the ride of a lifetime in June aboard a NASA plane flying parabolic maneuvers over the Gulf of Mexico to achieve 30-second bursts of zero-gravity conditions.