Kale Caesar

Five Healthy Dinner Recipes You Can Make in 25 Minutes

In our constantly over-scheduled and over-stimulated lives, food often becomes an afterthought. We eat breakfast on our way out the door, scarf down lunch at […]

Fresh Truck

Fresh Truck Now Carries Even More Healthy Food

After four years of cruising Boston’s streets, Fresh Truck got a facelift. The mobile market on wheels, which brings healthy, affordable food to people all over […]

Kilachand Center

BU Establishes Health and Science Research Center with Massive Donation

The largest gift in Boston University’s history helped establish a brand new facility dedicated to bridging the gap between life sciences, medicine, and engineering. Fueled […]

Rachael and Beccy

Two Identical Twins Gave Birth at Mount Auburn Hospital, Just Hours Apart

It started as a joke. When 34-year-old identical twins Beccy Pistone and Rachael McGeoch found themselves pregnant at the same time, they’d often laugh about […]


Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy to Speak in Boston

Former United States Surgeon General Vivek Murthy—who, before that, was a physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital—will pay a visit to his old stomping grounds […]


Stronger Returns Home for Premiere at Spaulding Rehab Hospital

When the red carpet rolled out for Stronger, the upcoming film based on the memoir by Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, it wasn’t at a […]

Genetic Testing

Ask the Expert: Should I Get Genetic Testing?

Welcome to our Ask the Expert series, in which our panel of health experts answers your wellness questions. Here, Tufts Medical Center’s Prianka Chawla breaks down genetic […]


BU Is Promoting Diversity in STEM Fields

In 2015, U.S. News and World Report found that diversity rates in STEM fields—that’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—had barely budged since 2001. Black and Latino […]


You Can Ask BU’s Public Health Dean Anything

In the wake of disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many of us feel helpless. We question how to help, what to do, and how […]


Life Alive Will Bring Healthy Eats to the Boston University Area

The Boston University area will soon enjoy a much-needed infusion of healthy eats. The popular vegetarian restaurant Life Alive, which already has locations in Cambridge, […]


The Answer to Public Health Crises Might Be in the Sewer

Newsha Ghaeli and Mariana Matus’ big idea doesn’t exactly sound glamorous—but it might just revolutionize the way we handle public health issues. Ghaeli, an MIT […]

Tone It Up

I Went to the Tone It Up Tour, and It Was Insane

I thought the line would never end. Surely I’m almost there, I kept thinking as I walked farther and farther down D Street. Surely it doesn’t […]


Five Boston Sports Leagues to Spice Up Your Workout Routine

Looking to spice up your everyday workout routine? Join the club.

Alex Guerrero

Tom Brady Just Dropped a New Brain Training Program

The field of “brain training” is controversial. The companies behind these allegedly cognition-boosting games, exercises, and puzzles market their products with lofty claims—Improve your memory! […]


Elizabeth Warren Pledges Support for Single-Payer Healthcare Bill

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are entering the healthcare battle together. Warren pledged her support for Sanders’ single-payer healthcare plan in an email sent to […]