Megan Tripp

Megan Tripp, Digital Intern at Boston Magazine

Megan Tripp is a senior at Emerson College studying Writing, Literature, and Publishing. She previously interned as an editorial assistant at The Pohly Company and is a blog editor for Your Magazine, an Emerson College lifestyle magazine.

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Can Genetics Treat Cancer?

A huge database being developed locally could be a boon for cancer patients.

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Roundup: Fresh Food Delivery

Here's where to find fresh, healthy foods delivered to your door.

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New Chest Pain Testing for Children

Boston Children's Hospital's new procedure claims to show more accurate results with fewer costs.

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Roundup: January Race Calendar

Put on your lined gloves and wool socks and get moving this winter.

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Ask The Expert: How To Avoid Too Many Holiday Sweets

We asked a local nutritionist how to curb your holiday sweet cravings.

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Many Medical Tests Are Unnecessary, Study Says

Thirty percent of commonly performed tests don't need to happen.

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Energy-boosting, Healthy Snack Ideas

A Boston Children's Hospital nutritionist gives us tips and recipes for a healthy and energy-filled holiday.

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You Probably Have Computer Vision Syndrome

Doctors at Mass. Eye and Ear have identified a syndrome related to prolonged smartphone usage.

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Hearing Loss May Not Just Be Part of Aging

A new Brigham and Women's study says that hearing loss may be prevented by physical activity.

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Ask The Expert: Are E-Readers Harmful to Children's Eyes?

A doctor tells us if e-readers or paper books are better for eye health.

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Giving Sight To The Blind

Funded by opera superstar Andrea Bocelli, MIT researchers are developing wearable computers to help the blind 'see.'

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Gift Ideas For Runners, Yogis, and Bikers

A last-minute holiday shopping guide for the health nut in your life.

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Personalized Fresh Groceries, Delivered

Valley Green Feast hopes to start delivering locally grown produce to the Boston area in January.

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Childhood Malnutrition Effects May Be Reversible, Study Says

A Boston University study reveals that malnutrition's cognitive effects are still temporary until age eight.

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The Link Between Pesticides and Parkinson's

A new MIT study says that exposure to pesticides used in farming may increase risk for Parkinson's disease.