Big Data, Technology, and Personalized Nutrition

Healthcare costs for infections linked to bacteria in water supply systems are rising

Healthcare costs for infections linked to bacteria in water supply systems are rising

Antibiotic resistance may be contributing to a trend in rising healthcare costs for infections associated with disease-causing bacteria that can live inside drinking water distribution systems, including household and hospital plumbing

Catalyzing Innovation and Collaboration

Catalyzing Innovation and Collaboration

Each year, Tufts Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President sponsors two seed grant programs, Tufts Collaborates and Tufts Innovates; sparking research collaboration among disparate faculty members, and catalyzing innovative ideas for learning and teaching across campus. 

Innovation Against Infection

Innovation Against Infection

As anyone who has tried to modify their eating habits or sleeping patterns knows, public health campaigns, medical advances, and scientific findings, do not always translate into immediate behavioral change.  Long-lasting improvements in health and well-being require researchers who consider political, cultural, and economic factors alongside vital human health concerns.

Sleep and Weight Gain

Sleep and Weight Gain

When it comes to studying the causes of weight gain and obesity, nutrition researchers rightly focus on the interaction between diet and exercise. They’re just starting to understand the influence of an activity that humans engage in for a third of their lives—sleep.

Tufts Student GIS Project Browser Launched

Tufts Student GIS Project Browser Launched

A beta-launch of a new project at Tufts has arrived and many of our own Friedman School students have their work featured. Visit the Tufts Student GIS site and learn more about the interesting and impactful work being done by Tufts students.

Body by Smartphone

Body by Smartphone

We love our smartphones. Since they marched out of the corporate world and into the hands of consumers about 10 years ago, we’ve relied more and more on our Blackberry, iPhone and Android devices to organize our schedules, our social lives, our finances and now, even our bodies. Americans are increasingly downloading health and fitness apps designed to help them get in shape, lose weight or manage a variety of health issues.

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