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Andrea Timpano

Contributor

A former Boston writer and editor, Andrea Timpano earned her master's degree in journalism at Boston University. She specializes in covering lifestyle subjects including design, weddings, retail, and more.

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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.

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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.

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Researchers Find New Genes Affecting Allergies and Asthma

It could lead to better medications.

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Local Researcher’s Study Provides New Evidence Linking Genetics to Obesity

The findings may lead to better treatments.