Suzanne Greenberg, who in 1971 established Northeastern’s physician assistant program, was honored this summer with its Outstanding Service Award.
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Deb Franko, a professor in the department of counseling and applied educational psychology, explains why some teenagers eat less fruit and vegetables than others.
Mobile-phone users who send dozens — or even hundreds — of text messages per day may have begun to notice pain, tingling or numbness in their thumbs from excessive button … read more »
Working at a research center in Ghana this summer gave senior David Glidden a chance to delve into a global health issue at the community level.
Exercise science expert Greg Cloutier explains why Olympic athletes are able to continue breaking world records.
Wednesday’s graduation ceremony focused on the evolving nature of the field and the importance of committing to patient care.
Leo Beletsky, an assistant professor of law and health sciences, examines the risk of opioid analgesics, the abuse of which led to nearly 16,000 deaths in 2008.
Adolescents who express uncertainty about living past young adulthood are more likely than optimistic individuals to attempt suicide more than a decade later.
A pair of students will spend the next year addressing healthcare disparities in underserved communities.
A new initiative by Carmen Sceppa, associate professor of health sciences, aims to improve the health of Boston’s Puerto Rican community, which suffers disproportionately from ailments such as heart disease and diabetes.
A new partnership between the university and military hospitals will give physical therapy students the opportunity to work in the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Terry Fulmer, dean of the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, says primary care must be expanded to meet the needs of a larger population with access to health care.