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Q&A: Lovely Bicycle’s Constance Winters

Constance Winters of the popular biking blog, Lovely Bicycle!, owns 10 bikes and has cycled in several different cities around the world. Currently, she’s navigating her way through […]

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Local Researchers are Working on a New HIV Treatment

According to the CDC, almost 50,000 Americans have been diagnosed with the HIV virus and a little more than 32,000 were diagnosed with AIDS. While […]

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A New Treatment For Peanut Allergies

A new study conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital’s Division of Allergy and Immunology has discovered a treatment method for peanut […]

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Understanding Lyme Disease

According to the CDC, almost 4,000 people were diagnosed with Lyme disease in Massachusetts alone last year; more than any other state. And Lyme disease […]

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New Non-Invasive Skin Biopsy Technology Makes Doctor Visits Easier

Medical device company Caliber I.D. has developed a new gadget that will change the way you think about going to the doctor. The VivaScope system […]

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Eating Gluten-Free On Campus

Many of Boston’s college students choose not to eat meat, and their schools’ campuses have acknowledged that fact. Other students, whether by choice or by […]

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Emerson College Participating in National Cancer Study

Emerson College has received a lot of press recently, for its students’ artistic talents, marketing campaigns, and its LGBT friendly environment, and now the college is at […]

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Roundup: November Road Races

Its November already? The World Series is ours again, the holiday flavored coffee is back, Thanksgiving is around the corner, and the leaves are falling. […]

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Mass General Is Giving Kids a ‘Prescription’ To Go Outside

Massachusetts General Hospital for Children is teaming up with Boston-based conservation and recreation program the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) to launch Outdoors Rx, a program […]

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Ask The Expert: Should We Still Be Eating Chicken?

As of October 17, 2013, the CDC reported more 330 cases of salmonella in the United States directly connected to a contamination of three Foster […]

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Life After Cancer Conference Coming To Boston

Just because breast cancer awareness month is drawing to a close, doesn’t mean the cancer awareness events are slowing down.  The Friends of Mel Foundation, […]

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Ask The Expert: Do Hand Sanitizers Work?

As the cold and flu season begins, your morning commute on the T will soon become a trolley car full of potential diseases. As a […]

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Marijuana Could Help Diabetes Patients, Study Says

Medical marijuana has been used for years to treat a variety of ailments. The FDA has approved a synthetic form of its most active ingredient […]

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Studying The Power Of Yoga

While Bikram yoga has received some attention recently in the medical world, sweating through 90 minutes of intense poses is not for everyone. Dr. Chris […]

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Harmonizing The Body and Mind

In an era where office work is synonymous with computer work, most of us spend at least 40 hours a week hunched over a keyboard. […]