A new initiative at Dartmouth brings neurosurgeons to the football sidelines via a robot.
Tommy Clark ’92, MED ’01, uses soccer’s international appeal to combat the spread of HIV.
Graduates of the Master in Health Care Delivery Science program put their learning to work.
The Geisel professor says marijuana’s effect may be related to its potency and to frequency of use.
Geisel’s Tim Lahey talk about the virus and the various ways it can spread from person to person.
“Dartmouth Medicine” checks in recently with physicians the magazine interviewed 20 years ago.
Debi Brooks, Tuck ’86, has become a leader in the fight against Parkinson’s disease.
Geisel’s Christopher Amos says a version of the BRCA2 gene is linked to increased risk of lung cancer.
The director of health promotions and wellness talks about her passion for helping others stay healthy.
Professor Sienna Craig says one’s path to personal wellness can have far-ranging consequences.