Andrea Timpano - Boston Magazine

Andrea Timpano

Editor in Chief, Boston Home & Boston Weddings

Since arriving at Boston in 2013, Andrea Timpano has covered everything from healthcare and home design to Real New England Weddings and real estate. Now the editor in chief of Boston Home and Boston Weddings, she continues to explore the local design and wedding industries while writing for Boston in her spare time.

Home & Property

Covet: Bright Idea

Architect Catherine Truman has her eye on a delicate, nature-inspired chandelier.

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A Breath of Fresh Air

A local inventor is developing a new device to treat sleep apnea.

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The Pan-Mass Challenge Is Honoring Its Cancer-Surviving Riders

In a photography exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts.

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A Local Company Developed a Wearable Pain-Treating Device

It stimulates nerves to alleviate symptoms.

Brigham and Women's
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Small Study Links Breast Implants to Increased Cancer Risk

From researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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Dana-Farber Doctors Will Face-off with Bruins Alum in Charity Game

Proceeds will benefit the Jimmy Fund.

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A Local Startup Is Developing a Device to Help Heal Kids’ Hearts

It’s called a bioresorbable flow diverter.

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Let’s Clear the Air

A local company has launched a new, state-of-the-art air purification system called Virus Zero.

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Weighing In

A local nonprofit worker shares her experience with binge eating disorder.

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How Origami Is Helping Researchers Study Tissue Engineering

At Northeastern University.

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Somerville-Based Clean Bottle Makes Really Cool Water Bottles

The bottles are easy-to-clean and reusable.

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Local Researchers Have Mapped the Human Epigenome

It’s the most comprehensive to date.

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Real Weight Loss: Alyssa Boyd

This local event planner has already lost 40 pounds.

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Cambridge-Based Company Claims to Help Users Live Longer, Healthier Lives

By analyzing your blood.

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A Service Dog Is Helping a Local Fourth Grader with Her Rare Disease

(Wo)man’s best friend.