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.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch deconstructs criticism of a breast cancer screening study.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch and Lisa Schwartz weigh in on a new mammography study.
Christina Ullrich ’94 is among those profiled in a feature about pediatric palliative care.
DHMC’s chief medical officer joins seven other alumni on the U.S. Olympic Nordic ski teams at Sochi.
Student-led policy excluding first-years from Greek events where alcohol is present will continue.
The Geisel School’s Seddon Savage says opioids must be used with caution.