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Why You Don’t Need to Delay Your Cancer Care During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how each of us interacts with the outside world, including getting the healthcare we need. During this time of uncertainty, […]

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5 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Virtual Doctor Visits

A bad cough, itchy eyes, trouble sleeping…we all experience these issues every now and then. Our first instinct? A trip to the doctor’s office. With […]

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Should Parents Be Freaking Out About a New COVID Syndrome Found in Kids?

Early on in the pandemic, even as the situation grew more alarming by the day, parents were offered some small comfort: While contracting the virus […]

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Does the Coronavirus Cause a Loss of Smell? An Expert Weighs In

Sniffing but suddenly struggling to detect scents around the home? Recent studies show that a loss of smell is sometimes an early symptom of COVID-19, and […]

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Power List Q&A: Beth Israel Lahey Health President Kevin Tabb

When Kevin Tabb completed an un-precedented five-hospital merger in 2019, he likely figured it would be the most challenging moment of his career. Then the […]

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How Boston Is Showing Thanks to Its Healthcare Workers

“Today is a bad one :(” This is the text I received from a friend who works at Massachusetts General Hospital last Friday. I intermittently […]

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As Coronavirus Surge Approaches, Hospitals Brace for the Impact

We’ve been trapped inside for three weeks. The number of diagnosed coronavirus cases in the state is still climbing, by nearly 1,000 cases a day. […]

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4 Frequently Asked Ear, Nose, and Throat Health Questions, Answered by a Specialist 

She came to the doctor’s office with her daughter and a whiteboard. It was the only way she could communicate since losing her hearing. After […]

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How To Keep Your Heart Healthy Before, During, and After Pregnancy

Although cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., it has not been widely recognized that many types of heart disease can […]

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How to Tell the Difference between a Panic Attack and a Heart Attack

Your heart suddenly begins racing. You feel pain in your chest and you are short of breath. Are you having a heart attack? Or could […]

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What You Need to Know About Preventing Sports Injuries

Injuries from sports or recreational activities can sideline you for not just the next game, but at home and in your career. Many of the […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Comparing Surgical and Non-Surgical Weight-Loss Options

Losing weight may not be easy, but there are many options available to help with the journey. People often start the weight-loss process by trying […]

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How Weight-Loss Surgery Helped Give This Patient the Confidence to Complete the Boston Marathon

Derron Golden sometimes still can’t believe the changes he’s made to turn his health around. It wasn’t long ago that he struggled to walk up […]

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The New Non-Surgical Procedure That Helps You Lose Weight and Keep It Off

 Laurie Busa was looking for a new and more successful way to lose weight. As a cardiovascular technologist at Winchester Hospital, she conducts stress […]

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3 Powerful Ways Music Therapy Helped This Young Girl With Severe Anxiety Find Her Voice

At first, Ella’s parents thought their child was just shy and introverted. In social situations, though, her anxiety was crippling. Birthdays were the worst. Most […]