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 Meditation and Yoga Slow Alzheimer's?

A new Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center study says yes.

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Q&A: Lexi's Clean Kitchen

We talked to local blogger Alexis Kornblum about her allergy, dairy, and gluten-free kitchen.

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Overdoing Opioids

A new study says nonsurgical patients are given too many opioids.

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Why Are Heart Attacks More Common In The Morning?

A new study says the cause for early morning heart attacks is linked to the body's internal clock.

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The 'July Effect' Is Real, Study Says

A new study reveals that hospital mortality rates increase in July as new interns start work.

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Old Drug, New Tricks

A rheumatoid arthritis drug has now been proven to treat and prevent kidney disease.

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Bringing Movie Magic Technology To Boston's Athletes

MGH's 3-D avatar technology tracks sports injuries and healing to help prevent future pain.

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Drink More Wine and Eat Less Red Meat to be Happier, Study Says

A new study says that certain foods women consume could be the cause of their depression.

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How to Have A Healthy, Kid-Friendly Thanskgiving

A local nutritionist explains how to get your picky eater to eat healthy this holiday season.

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Testing A New Genital Herpes Vaccine

A Harvard Medical School developed vaccine will go into clinical trials this year.

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Roundup: AcroYoga Classes

Where to find these fun classes in our area.

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Too Many Double Mastectomies?

A new study finds that breast cancer patients overestimate the need for double mastectomies.

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The Cheapest Yoga Classes in Boston

You don't have to go broke practicing yoga. Here's our roundup of inexpensive places to get your ohm on.

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Eye-Opening Technology

A local doctor develops eyeglasses that restore missing vision fields to hemianopia patients.

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Transitioning Away From Trans Fat

The FDA ruled against trans fats as safe ingredients in American food products.