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Megan Tripp

Megan Tripp, Digital Intern at Boston Magazine

Megan Tripp is a senior at Emerson College studying Writing, Literature, and Publishing. She previously interned as an editorial assistant at The Pohly Company and is a blog editor for Your Magazine, an Emerson College lifestyle magazine.


Accessories For Fall Biking

From lights to seat covers, these accessories will make bicycling in fall weather a breeze.


Hearing Loss Surgery Now Available

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is now providing cochlear implants for hearing loss patients of all ages.

City Life

PHOTOS: Make Way for Gronklings!

The Public Garden ducklings are decked out in Gronk gear to welcome him back after injury.


A Cure for a Broken Heart?

Harvard scientists are developing a treatment for a fatal form of heart disease.


Q&A: Pilates with Hanneke

Hanneke thinks workouts should be all about having fun.


Who’s Tracking the Flu?

Boston Children’s Hospital online map fills in the gaps created by the government shutdown.


Q&A: Kendall Covitz of Kendall Clean

Covitz creates personalized health and fitness programs for each of her clients.


Million Dollar Doctor

Tufts doctor is awarded a $1 million grant for patient-centered research.


Healing Through Yoga

A Waltham yoga studio specializes in rehab for breast cancer patients through yoga.


Q&A: Recycle Studio’s Owner Cate Brinch

Recycle emphasizes quality, not quantity as SoulCycle and Flywheel roll into town.


New Cancer Gene Discovered

Local researchers identified a new gene that could one day provide more effective cancer treatments.


Can Silk Prevent Preemies?

A Tufts doctor is developing a silk gel to keep pregnant women from delivering too early.


It’s All In The Genes

A new study says genetic mutations could be a cause of Alzheimer’s.


iPhones Go To Medical School

At Mass. Eye and Ear, ophthalmologists are using the smartphones for medical photography.


Boston Is Turning Pink

A roundup of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month celebrations.