March 18, 2009

Economic Grind

The financial meltdown is setting people’s teeth on edge—literally. Dentists are seeing an uptick in nighttime grinding, and chipped and broken teeth and painful jaws are just a few of the symptoms

No More Going It Alone

America needs to reach out to its allies—and its enemies—as foreign policy challenges mount

Drink and Be Strong

A new study finds that moderate alcohol intake makes for sturdier bones—just don’t hit the hard stuff

A Rock and a Hard Place

America’s mounting debt could dry up foreign credit for poorer nations as well as us, says Tufts economist


Deval Patrick to Deliver Commencement Address

Massachusetts governor and six others will receive honorary degrees on May 17

It’s the Thought That Counts

Dental education needs to embrace critical thinking skills, which promote better patient care and research, says Bates-Andrews Day speaker

“He was Mr. Tufts Engineering”

Memorial service will take place on March 27 for former dean Frederick C. Nelson