Fitness

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

You can try it for a discount at the W Hotel Boston.


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Health News

Opioid-Related Hospitalizations Decline in Massachusetts

This New England Dispensary Makes it Easier Than Ever for Medical Marijuana Patients
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This New England Dispensary Makes it Easier Than Ever for Medical Marijuana Patients

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Wellness

Two Athleisure Pop-Up Shops Get Permanent Locations

Pop-up no longer, these stores are here to stay.

Health

No Guts, No Glory

Can personalized supplements give you a strong stomach—and a healthier life?

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Healthy Events

13 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Run in your undies or do barre in the Wang Theatre lobby.

Fitness

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

You can try it for a discount at the W Hotel Boston.

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Hospitals

Partners HealthCare Reveals Data Breach

Up to 2,600 patients may have been affected.

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Healthy Events

15 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Treat yourself before Valentine’s Day to some self-love with these healthy events.


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Best of Boston 2017: Services

Best of Boston 2017: Services

Including organic facials and the ultimate personal assistant.

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


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Healthy Events

10 Healthy Things to Do in Boston This Week

Set yourself up for success this week with events from yoga to vegan ramen to heated barre.

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Research

Even Mild Head Injuries Can Lead to CTE, Study Finds

Concussions aren’t the only source of the disease.

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Sports

A Belmont Runner Will Take on Seven Marathons, in Seven Continents, in Seven Days

She’s already set a record for the race.

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Research

Pfizer Announces End to Search for New Alzheimer’s Treatments

Here’s what that means for research.

Fitness

Survival of the Fittest

High-octane challenges to jump-start your January fitness routine.

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Research

Research

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

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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Wellness

Statewide Bike Tour Comes to End

It’s your last chance to ride the Berkshires to Boston tour.

Wellness

Somerville Yoga Company Wins "Grow Your Biz" Contest

More to Love founder Rachel Estapa will receive $25,000 and expert business consulting.

Music

Emerson Hospital’s Tom Ruggles Is the Spirit of the Holidays

The ukulele-playing 89-year-old sings to patients in a Santa hat and light-up bowtie.

Health News

A Shortage of IV Fluid Is Hitting Massachusetts Hospitals

Adjustments are being made amid a national problem.

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