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2 Nov

How COVID-19 colliding with flu season and surge of RSV created ‘tripledemic’

Get ready for a bumpy ride, virus-wise, as autumn turns into winter this year. 

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27 Oct

Bouvé launches resilience and behavioral health workshop series for first responders

The Bouvé College of Health Sciences and the Northeastern University Seattle campus are joining forces for a new virtual workshop series, First Responder Resilience and Behavioral Health.

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27 Oct

‘I didn’t feel insulted, I felt seen.’ Is Taylor Swift’s new video fatphobic?

Taylor Swift caused a stir on social media last week when she released her music video for the song “Anti-Hero.” 

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18 Oct

Photos: Bouvé Flu Clinic 2022

Thanks to all who were involved in our Bouvé Flu Clinic, including our Pharmacy, BSN, BSN-NP direct entry, and PA students!

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18 Oct

Children not target of ‘rainbow fentanyl,’ experts say; adding color may actually protect drug users

Parents may have noticed a disturbing trend on social media this month: claims that fentanyl is being manufactured in colorful tablets that are meant to attract their children.

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14 Oct

Roux Institute researcher to capture real-time data from ICU monitors for better patient outcomes

Could big data help predict which patients might be susceptible to infections that could lead to potentially deadly sepsis? 

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11 Oct

Northeastern student helps launch new sport for people with disabilities in Boston

Dylan Hogan knew nothing of volt hockey one year ago. Last month in Sweden, the Northeastern pre-med student found himself coaching an inspired team of players in wheelchairs at the sport’s inaugural World Cup.

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6 Oct

Will we be able to count abortions after the Dobbs decision?

In a post-Dobbs United States, experts say collecting the data is likely to become more complicated, especially in states where abortion is heavily restricted.

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4 Oct

Northeastern professor will energize Biden’s Justice40 Initiative

Northeastern professor Sara Wylie has been appointed to the US Department of Energy.

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3 Oct

Northeastern Charlotte campus ABSN director named Medical Professional Health Care Hero

Congratulations to Dr. Grace Buttriss, for winning the Charlotte Business Journal's Medical Professional Health Care Hero award. 

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29 Sep

Bouvé focusing on real change through Impact Engines

Solving today’s interconnected challenges requires more than any one individual, discipline, or even organization.

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8 Sep

Why don’t children with obesity benefit instantly from exercise?

Children tend to experience a jump in cognitive performance in the hour immediately following exercise. Children with obesity are the exception. Northeastern's Center for Cognitive and Brain Health is trying to find out why.

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1 Sep

New Northeastern cognitive neuroscientist wants to improve your hearing and brain function

As one of Northeastern’s newest faculty members, cognitive neuroscientist Jonathan Peelle is still setting up his lab. But he is already unpacking advice.

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29 Aug

Experts: Benefits of new COVID-19 booster targeting variants outweigh any potential risks

A new COVID-19 booster could be available as soon as September thanks to a fast-tracked process that has some scientists questioning its safety.

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25 Aug

Bouvé, Roux Institute clinical professor receives highest honor in Nursing

Congratulations to Dr. Katherine Simmonds on her induction as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing. 

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12 Aug

Will your childhood smallpox vaccine protect against monkeypox?

Will the smallpox vaccine protect against monkeypox? Northeastern experts discuss.

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