Equinox Just Opened the Precision Running Lab in Chestnut Hill

Let’s be honest, running on a treadmill at the gym can be boring. Who hasn’t watched several episodes of a reality tv show to pass […]


Two Athleisure Pop-Ups Get Permanent Locations

  Legit Activewear is in good wellness company at The Street in Chestnut Hill: It counts David’s Tea, Juice Press, and Barry’s Bootcamp as its neighbors. […]


No Guts, No Glory

Can personalized supplements from new local company Ixcela give you a strong stomach—and a healthier life?

the Wang Theatre hosted a yoga class in their grand lobby last year, and this year they're hosting a barre class

13 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Monday, February 12 The Deep Dance Series: This class featuring Alexandra James is all about breaking down body movements to create a more powerful body […]


This Fitness App Sends a Personal Trainer to Work Out with You

When fitness guru Tiffany Hakimianpour founded fitness app Handstand in 2015, she set out to provide personalized workouts for people who didn’t thrive in traditional personal […]

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Partners HealthCare Reveals Data Breach

Hospitals are supposed to fix what ails you, but some Partners HealthCare patients are now dealing with a massive headache. On Monday, the nonprofit health […]

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15 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Monday, February 5 Fresh & Local with Stillman’s Farm: Eating healthy in the winter can be tough because of the more limited fresh produce available. Compared […]

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10 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Monday, Jan. 29 Hip Hop Yoga Sculpt: CorePower Yoga has become a staple in the Boston workout scene. Their varying styles and levels of yoga […]

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BU Researchers Find CTE Can Be Caused By Even Minor Head Injuries

Just four NFL teams are left vying for this season’s Super Bowl, but as the league approaches one of its biggest weekends of the year, […]

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What Pfizer’s Decision to Stop Looking for New Alzheimer’s Drugs Means for Research

The drug giant Pfizer announced Saturday it would end its search for new drugs to treat Alzheimer’s disease, but the decision may not derail researchers […]


Recipe: Butternut Quinoa Bowl with Seared Avocado

You may have seen the Tastemaking feature on chef Allen Campbell in our January issue (on newsstands now). Now cook like him, with this easy, plant-based recipe: […]


Survival of the Fittest

Those holiday pounds aren’t going to lose themselves. This January, jump-start your fitness routine with one of these high-octane challenges.

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Berkshires to Boston Bike Tour Announces Its Last Run

Berkshires to Boston, a 240-plus-mile bike tour that crosses the Bay State, will hold its last ride in 2018. The race, organized by Gary and Maureen […]


Somerville Yoga Company Wins Mastercard Grow Your Biz Contest

Rachel Estapa, founder of yoga company More to Love, saw the opportunity to enter Mastercard’s Grow Your Biz Contest on Twitter just a few days […]


A Shortage of IV Fluid Is Hitting Massachusetts Hospitals

  A shortage of bags containing IV fluid touched off by hurricane damage in Puerto Rico has hit hospitals around the country, and institutions like […]