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.

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New Drug Delivery Method May Help Transplant Patients

The technique reduces side effects and toxicity.

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Magnetic Stimulation May Alleviate Depression Symptoms

According to a new study.

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Patient Navigation May Improve Breast Cancer Care

According to a new study.

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Boston Researchers Awarded $1 Million in Grants To Study Childhood Cancer

The money comes from Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

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Framingham’s Ian’s Natural Foods to Expand Product Line

To include non-GMO products.

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Boston Bikes To Host ‘Women’s Bike Ride and Festival’

The event will feature cycling clinics and more.

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Top Docs Q&A: Elof Eriksson

This plastic surgeon is developing a new treatment for facial injuries.

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Researchers Find a New Way to Take Medication For Chronic Pain

Through implanting a biodegradable ‘thin film.’

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There’s a Free Fitness ‘Camp’ for Adults

Sessions begin August 4.

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MIT Students Are Designing Clothes for People with Disabilities

Through the ‘MIT Open Style Lab’ program.

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A Kids Fitness Studio Is Opening in Arlington

It will offer exercise classes, language programs, and more.

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Fit Companies: HubSpot

Push-up clubs and relaxation rooms help keep employees healthy and happy.

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Free Yoga in the Park Event Coming to Boston in August

The star-studded lineup will feature Top Chef winner Kristen Kish.

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Tufts Floating Hospital Selected For ‘Cups For Kids’ Campaign

Cumberland Farms will donate a portion of store sales.

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Researchers Developed a New Diagnostic Technique for Osteoarthritis

According to Boston University School of Medicine.