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Beth Israel Deaconess Joins Autism BrainNet Tissue Bank

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is an inaugural member of the Autism BrainNet, a partnership of academic sites that was created to collect, store, and distribute […]

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Bowdoin Street Health Center Is Expanding

Bowdoin Street Health Center, a community health center licensed under Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, which provides comprehensive primary and specialty care for more than […]

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Lawrence General Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Join Forces

Lawrence General Hospital, a regional hospital that sees nearly 300,000 patients in the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire, has joined the Beth Israel Deaconess Care […]

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Beth Israel Deaconess and New England Baptist Partnership

New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH), a hospital in Roxbury Crossing that specializes in orthopedic care, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) are forming a […]

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Beth Israel Is First to Use a New Cardiac Device

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center made medical history by being the first hospital in the country to use an innovative new cardiac treatment. On January […]

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Expectation Can Influence Medication, Study Says

Any migraine sufferer can tell you that a migraine is not just a normal headache. It’s a force so strong that it can often keep […]

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Back Pain Is Overdiagnosed and Overtreated, Study Says

Back pain treatment can be costly, and it frequently includes the overuse of treatments unsupported by clinical guidelines, according to a new study by researchers […]

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Hospitals Performing Unnecessary Tests

This year, Boston researchers have uncovered unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions, unnecessary mastectomies, and now unnecessary hospital testing. A new study conducted by researchers at Beth Israel […]

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New Urgent Care Center Opening in Chestnut Hill

Urgent care centers are the new trend in medicine. Once attached to a stigma of only being for the uninsured, these new “walk-in” clinics are […]

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Yoga And Meditation Can Slow Alzheimer’s, Study Says

Alzheimer’s is ranked as the sixth leading fatal disease in the United States, but there is no FDA approved medication that can slow the progression […]

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Patients Receiving Too Many Opioids, Study Says

We already know that antibiotics are being overprescribed nationwide, and now a new study shows that opioids are also being overprescribed in hospitals. The study, […]

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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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Beth Israel Deaconess Earns National Award

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) was named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, which is the leading accreditor of health care […]

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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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Parkinson’s Biomarker Discovered In Skin

Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center have discovered a protein biomarker for Parkinson’s in the skin of Parkinson’s disease patients through a […]