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The shutdown stalemate highlights how the president’s strategies contradict best practices, negotiation experts explain.
The keys are identifying what triggers your emotional eating and adopting practical strategies to respond more healthfully to it.
"The Mooch" argued that two opinion pieces in The Tufts Daily “contained several false and defamatory statements."
Certain foods and drinks are more often headache triggers than others.
Brewed, bottled, or instant, there is a coffee and tea that fits conveniently into anyone’s life. But do they all have the
At the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, you can tell it is blueberry season by the bowls
"Many Americans realize there's something wrong with the food system that's increasing their risk of disease," says Renata
You may not expect a mental health practitioner to prescribe a healthy eating plan, but that approach may not be far off
By Dyan Mazurana, Tufts University The world’s approximately 450,000 humanitarian aid workers operate amid armed conflicts
Eating a diverse, plant-rich diet helps fuel the growth of beneficial bacteria. Microbes ― bacteria and other tiny critters
The social and economic capital found in Greek life is still maintained by the exclusion of marginalized identities.
Disarming and demobilizing ex-combatants often causes them to worry about their security. A former paramilitary member told
A social media campaign is demanding that schools do the "bare minimum" by saying sorry.