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Synthetic triterpenoids show promise in preventing colitis-associated colon cancer

These findings, published in an early June edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, offer hope that physicians ultimately ... this class of small molecules might suppress colitis-associated ... read more

Small antioxidant molecules suppress colon cancer associated with colitis

Researchers from Case Western Reserve and Dartmouth universities have shown that a class ... These findings, published in an early June edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, offer hope ... read more

Education budget cuts diminish extra curricular activities

"We are not able to offer senior electives to the point we want to," said Dr. Furtado. "Kids are not being exposed to the type of business ... other valuable programs have been lost in Dartmouth, such ... read more

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Symptoms And Solutions, Defeating Breast Cancer

Until recently the medical world had little to offer women who knew they were in danger. Short of pre-emptive mastectomy, early detection through mammography was as good as it got. That changed last ... read more


Recovering from Hate

By gaining a better understanding of the motivations behind joining and leaving extremism, Christian and RTI hope to create ... the scientific fields that study hate, including neuroscience and ... read more

Can Technology Make Football Safer?

He received weekly injections of Toradol, an anti-inflammatory drug ... of Pediatrics recommended banning children under twelve from playing football. (In 2013, the Annals of Biomedical Engineering ... read more

What happened at Deerfield

For nearly three decades, I chose to remain largely silent about events dating back to my adolescence, but in June 2012, I wrote Deerfield Academy’s head ... Always available to offer extra math help ... read more

Naked Capitalists

Take even the low-end $10 billion estimate (from a 1998 study by Forrester Research in Cambridge ... If the machinations of the mainstream TV, movie and music industries offer snapshots of the ... read more

Meet Canada’s 11 new Rhodes Scholars

Mr. Singh has his sights set on a career in Canada's foreign service, having studied international security policy at Dartmouth ... study at a world-renowned university, explore a new part of the ... read more

Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?

For the teenagers who arrive at Mountain Valley, a nonprofit program that costs $910 a day and offers ... Dartmouth football player — responded with some version of “Trust me, I know all about it.” ... read more



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