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Reimagining Heart Health

Tufts Medicine's multidisciplinary cardiac care programs are sharing what you need to know to get heart smart.

New Historical Exhibit Celebrates Over 200 Years of Medical Innovation at Tufts Medical Center
June 17, 2024
Tufts Medical Center showcases its legacy, including the Boston Dispensary and Boston Floating Hospital for Children, with artifacts and photos in an interactive exhibit.
Why I Give: Paul Chan
June 17, 2024
Paul Chan, public servant of the Chinatown community and former member of Tufts MC leadership, continues to support Tufts MC with gifts to the Governor’s Society.
New Research on Positive Childhood Experiences Published by the HOPE National Resource Center
June 15, 2024
Tufts Medical Center's HOPE National Resource Center published a study that shows that positive childhood experiences vary by demographic and socioeconomic factors.
How To Protect Your Skin + Prevent Skin Cancer
June 5, 2024
Tufts Medical Center’s Dr. Michelle Bichchau Nguyen shares what you can do to prevent and detect skin cancer.
Breast Cancer Risks + Mammogram Guidelines
May 30, 2024
Discover breast cancer risks and mammogram guidelines from Tufts Medicine, empowering proactive breast health decisions. Schedule your annual mammogram today.

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In the News
How Sweat Makes Eczema Worse
June 12, 2024
Gabriela Cobos, MD, Dermatologist and Director of the Dermatology-Rheumatology Program at Tufts MC, talks about how sweat can make eczema worse.
In the News
The 150 Best Spine Surgeons in America, per Newsweek
June 12, 2024
James Kryzanski, MD, Chief of Epilepsy Surgery and Co-Chief of Spine Surgery at Tufts MC, in a list of the 150 best spine surgeons in America, according to Newsweek.
In the News
What To Know About Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccines and the FLiRT Variants
June 7, 2024
Quotes by Shira Doron, MD, in a story about important things to know about upcoming COVID-19 vaccines and the currently dominant FLiRT variants.

Tufts Medicine publications


Introduction to the Tufts Medical Center Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
Find out how we train and mentor the next generation of infectious disease experts.
Family History and Heart Health
Lawrence Conway, MD explains the connection between family history and cardiovascular health.
Introduction to Diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2)
Dr. Miguel Ariza, Medical Director of the Diabetes and Endocrine Center at Circle Health Dracut addresses common questions patients have about diabetes.
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