Gazette Review – A new study coming out of Dartmouth is showing that television food commercials are stimulating the brains of overweight teenagers more than any other group of people.
Articles by: Hannah Welch
The Dangers of ‘Overage’ Drinking
U.S. News & World Report – Ellen Meara, associate professor of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, comments that both emergency room visits and inpatient hospital admissions for patients 65 and older are expected to roughly double over 2012 levels.
Experts: Social Security Forecasts Miscalculated by over $1 Trillion
Breitbart – Highlights research co-authored by Samir Soneji, assistant professor of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and Gary King, director of Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, which found that the Social Security Administration’s actuarial projections over the last 15 years have been overly optimistic about the health of the program’s trust funds and missed the mark by over $1 trillion.
Some Brace for Tax Penalty Under Affordable Care Act
NHPR – Highlights a quote by Ellen Meara, associate professor of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, on the Affordable Care Act.
Match Day 2015: Whitney Hitchcock and Chris Beeler
Though Match Day’s results are unpredictable, matching as a couple adds an entirely new layer of uncertainty to the process. Watch this video to learn how Geisel medical students and couple Whitney Hitchcock and Chris Beeler found ways to cope with the stress of medical school and Match Day.
Match Day 2015: Jessica and David Fried
Stress caused by Match Day is bad enough for most graduating medical students but for students who are trying to match as a couple, the anxiety and joy of Match Day can be overwhelming. Watch this video to find out if Geisel students and married couple Jessica and David Fried got a match made in heaven.
Match Day 2015: Mildred Lopez Pineiro
Fourth-year medical student Mildred Lopez Pineiro was anxious for the arrival of Match Day and to learn where she’d start her residency training, but the support of Geisel’s close-knit community helped to make the day less-nerve wracking.
Geisel Students Giving Back to the Community
At Geisel, students practice giving back every day by improving lives in our local and global communities. Check out this video to learn more about the impact of giving and how you can help our students to help our communities in need!