Health & Science

One of four orphaned bear cubs that were treated at Tufts Wildlife Clinic in 2019 before being transferred to a bear rehabilitation facility in New Hampshire.
February 28, 2020 Large Image
The Grafton clinic saw record admissions in 2019, with owls and baby mammals keeping veterinarians and staff especially busy

It was another record-setting year at...

Closeup of frog embryo tissue. With $16 million DARPA grant, Tufts scientists collaborate with two other universities to develop technology for improving healing of serious wounds
February 27, 2020 Large Image
With a $16 million DARPA grant, scientists will collaborate with two other universities to develop technology for improving healing of serious wounds

Hard-to-heal wounds, such as those caused by explosions, are a major problem for military personnel. Likewise, chronic wounds, such as diabetic...

A woman getting her teeth examined. In a Tell More More podcast, author Mary Otto and Tufts dental students talk about the many patients can’t get dental care—and the people trying to help
February 27, 2020 Large Image
In a Tell Me More podcast, author Mary Otto and Tufts dental students talk about the many patients who can’t get dental care—and the people trying to help

Subscribe to Tell Me More on Apple Podcasts, ...

February 26, 2020 Large Image

BOSTON (February 26, 2020, 5:00 a.m., EST)—Middle-aged and older adults who drank sugary beverages daily were at greater risk of developing...

A man talking without gesturing. A Tufts professor of immunogenetics at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine explains how vaccines work
February 25, 2020 Video
With a little scientific trickery, the same pathogen that causes a disease can end up protecting us against it

Learn more from Tufts experts—everything from why we forget and...

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