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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

Find It BostonWhat you need, when you need it.

Latest Stories

Six Things to Know about Vitamin D

Harvard Medical School says that there is more to vitamin D than just catching some rays.

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Free Run Clubs in Boston

If you’re looking for a workout that won’t strain your wallet, check out these all-season running groups.

Google Confirms: Everyone Has the Flu

Google’s Flu Trends graphs show just how much the flu is affecting the world.

Junior Seau Had Brain Disease

The former Patriots linebacker and 20 year NFL veteran had degenerative brain disease which may have led to his suicide.

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New Before-School Physical Education Program in Elementary Schools

Created by a group of Natick moms, the program teaches kids teamwork, physical activity, and improves academic performance.

Mayor Menino Declares Health Emergency

Mayor Menino declared a public health emergency today over the flu outbreak that is affecting the entire nation. Hospitals across the country are overburdened with patients, with some even setting up outdoor […]

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Best of Boston 2019: Services

Best of Boston 2019: Services

Including massages and the best meal kit delivery service.


Six Diet-Busting Winter Drinks

Your favorite cold weather beverage may be worse for you than you think.

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Ask a Doctor: Do Stem Cell Face Creams Really Work?

A facial plastic surgeon tells us the truth behind the stem cell face cream marketing hype.


Our Favorite Pins of the Week

Health and Fitness finds on Pinterest.

Saturated Fats Linked to Lower Sperm Count

Completely blind mice have had their sight restored by injections of light-sensing cells into the eye. Researchers at the Universty of Oxford published research in the […]

Compounding Pharmacy Blaming Cleaning Company for Meningitis Outbreak

Plus: 2012 worst year from whooping cough since 1955; HPV can

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


Fit Trend: Indoor Rock Climbing

Rock climbing is an underrated workout and gaining momentum as a fitness trend.

frozen egg technology

Frozen Eggs Gaining Popularity for Conception

More and more women are opting for frozen eggs over fresh for fertility treatments.


10 Must-Have Apps for the Slopes

Whether you ski or board, download these must-have apps before you hit the slopes.


Cross-Country Skiing Near Boston

Cross-country skiing is a total-body workout and great trails are just a short drive away.

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