“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.
Wellness at Dartmouth launches a team-based physical activity challenge for staff and faculty.
Tuck’s Vijay Govindarajan co-authors a piece about approaches that cost less without lowering standards.
Geisel’s Leslie Henderson looks at the controversies surrounding natural and unnatural hormones.
What makes one person laugh may offer another person—or a Dartmouth research team—useful insights.
A Dartmouth study finds that children with TVs in their bedrooms gain about one extra pound per year.