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Mental Health

How to Find Mental Health Care in Boston: An Essential Guide

Don’t hesitate to reach out for help.


This Is What It’s Like to Open a Fitness Studio During the Pandemic


The Ultimate Guide to Nutritionists and Dietitians in Boston


Debunking the Most Common Instagram Fitness Myths

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Health News

Boston Sports Clubs and Fitcorp to Merge

Plus: Electroshock therapy used on students at Canton school and more health news.


Northeastern Singles Hit the Gym

A GymPact poll finds that singles at Northeastern work out more than students at any other college surveyed.

Medical Tourism: Traveling for Plastic Surgery

Medical tourism is a booming business, but is the money saved worth the risk?

Health News

Helping Out Cancer Patients, One Meal at a Time

A new program delivers healthy meals to cancer patients.

140 High School Students Sickened

Plus: Whooping cough may be vaccine resistant; New Balance clears the Esplanade; and more health news.

Chocolate Addiction is Real?

Research suggests people can actually be chocaholics. Yes, really.

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Best of Boston 2019: Services

Best of Boston 2019: Services

Including massages and the best meal kit delivery service.

Alcohol Linked to Cancer Deaths

A new BU study says alcohol is linked to deaths from cancers of the mouth, throat, breast, and more.

Health News

Boston Doctor Honored With Presidential Medal

Dr. T. Berry Brazelton will receive the Presidential Citizens Medal tomorrow.

Couple exercising

Couples That Work Out Together, Stay Together

Try this couple’s workout video for a new way to sweat together.

Sports injury

Overtraining: What It Is and How to Avoid It

Logging long hours at the gym every day could lead to overtraining, causing you more harm than good.


Sugar Petition Filed Against FDA

A new petition seeks to set a limit on how much sugar is added to soda and other drinks.

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World-class hospitals and a thriving biotech culture lead to new medical discoveries every day.

Education Could Reduce Drug Overdoses

A new education program called OEND could cut back on drug overdose deaths in Massachusetts.

5 Yoga Poses for Better Sleep

Try these postures for better, more restful sleep.

Health News

Breast Cancer and the Environment

Report says researchers should focus on environmental causes of breast cancer.


Nail Polish is Awesome. Chemicals are Not.

Nail polish may not be as harmless as you think.

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