Health & Science

“Questions that parents have in special education are, ‘How do I get my child what they need, what am I entitled to, and what am I allowed to ask for?’” said Melinda Macht-Greenberg, a psychologist and lecturer at Eliot-Pearson.
September 29, 2020 Large Image
Of all K-12 students, those with special needs are especially hard hit by the pandemic, say Tufts special education experts

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered many changes in K-12 education—some major, like learning remotely from home, and some minor, like sitting...

A cat looks up at a veterinarian, holding a stethoscope. Cumming School alum and students host conference on how to start a practice and take control of their careers
September 23, 2020 Large Image
Cummings School alum and students host conference for veterinary students Sept. 26 on how to start a practice and take control of their careers

When you think of a veterinarian, what comes to mind? A doctor who cares for creatures great and small? Someone with a great bedside manner who is...

Stuart Levy is shown in front of a lab bench. The Center for Integrated Management of Antimicrobial Resistance has been renamed in his honor.
September 22, 2020 Large Image
The longtime Tufts researcher and physician was a booming voice on the consequences of antibiotic resistance

The Center for Integrated Management of Antimicrobial Resistance, a collaborative effort supported by Tufts University and Tufts Medical Center,...

A male medical professional giving a woman a shot, both wearing masks. A Tufts doctor describes the similarities and differences between the flu and COVID-19, and explains why getting the flu vaccine is so important for you—and those around you.
September 22, 2020 Large Image
Tufts’ director of infection control describes the similarities and differences, and explains why getting the flu vaccine is so important for you—and those around you

With the advent of fall comes the flu season—and the potential for it to make the rounds in the midst of the current pandemic. But how do you...

September 16, 2020 Large Image
A new study finds 100% of tested red-tailed hawks at Tufts Wildlife Clinic to be exposed to anticoagulant rodenticides

Maureen Murray, V03, director of Tufts Wildlife Clinic and clinical associate professor at Cummings School of...

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