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Peek Inside This Gorgeous New Yoga Studio Opening in Fenway in February

Bathed in natural light, reimagined for the modern yogi, and touched with elements of traditional bohemian design, Boston Yoga Union will be your next favorite place to roll out your mat.


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Ask The Expert: I Hate Cardio. What Can I Do Instead?

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Four Deadlift Progressions You Should Master Before Using a Barbell

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Seven Gyms with Turf to Exercise on around Boston


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Six Unconventional and Totally Awesome Races to Try

Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

Last-Minute Tips from a Boston Marathon Veteran

If you’re running the Marathon this year, these last few days can be the most important.

The Health Benefits of Spices You Never Knew About

Why should you be making the most of your spice cabinet? Flavor and incredible health benefits, that’s why.

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Where Celebs Work Out in Boston

Ever wanted to run a treadmill next to Ryan Reynolds? Here’s where to go — but act cool, OK?

Go to a Bargain Hospital … Get What You Pay For

Go to a Bargain Hospital … Get What You Pay For. Cutting costs is all the rage right now in medicine, and research in the […]

Popcorn: A Healthier Snack Option Than You Thought

Hey, who are we to refuse an excuse to eat more of our movie theater favorite?


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Best of Boston 2018: Services

Best of Boston 2018: Services

Including massages and the best meal kit delivery service.

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

Some people are born with an alteration in their DNA or genetic material that makes them more susceptible to certain types of cancer.

Presented by Mass General Cancer Center


Shocker: Nantucket, MV Full of Happy Healthy People Living the Dream

Shocker: Nantucket, MV Full of Happy Healthy People Living the Dream. So it turns out, according to a new report out from the Wisconsin Population […]

Q+A with Dr. David Snydman

The infectious disease pro at Tufts Medical Center gives us his take on this year’s flu season.

BPA Can Stay In Cans of Food, At Least For Now, Says FDA

BPA Can Stay In Cans of Food, At Least For Now, Says FDA. The Food and Drug Administration this weekend announced that it would not […]

Hand Bones and Arthritis

What is Arthritis and How Can You Fight It?

Over one million Massachusetts residents suffer from it, but do we even know what it is?

Local Running Shoe Companies Ran a Little Too Far on Fitness Promises, Say Lawsuits

Local Running Shoe Companies Ran Too Far on Fitness Promises, Say Lawsuits. First Reebok, now Vibram — sheesh, things are just not going so well […]

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CAR T-Cell Therapy Gives Hope to Some Cancer Patients With No Other Options

CAR T-Cell Therapy Gives Hope to Some Cancer Patients With No Other Options

For cancer patients that aren’t seeing results with chemotherapy, new CAR T-cell therapy might be the solution for remission.

Presented by Mass General Cancer Center


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Should You Ditch Your Gym Membership?

Weighing the pros and cons of trading in the traditional gym for a boutique studio.

A Guy Walks Into a Bar … and the Airborne Bacterial Count Goes Up By 37 Million

A Guy Walks Into a Bar … and the Airborne Germ Count Goes Up By 37 Million. No, seriously. According to a study out from […]

Chocolate Makes You Thin! (Wait No, Never Mind)

Chocolate Makes You Thin! (Wait No, Never Mind). Did anyone else get hit with one of those headlines that were ricocheting around the blogosphere a […]

Is ADHD Linked to Cell Phones?

A new study finds radiation from phones can cause developmental issues.

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