City Life

When the Rollout Ramps Up, What Do We Do about Vaccine Line-Cutters?

For this early, and admittedly very “bumpy,” phase of the vaccine rollout in Massachusetts, much of the focus has been on making sure the right […]


All of Your Questions about Using Telehealth, Answered

Along with work, celebrations, social gatherings, and fitness events going virtual, doctor’s appointments have also gone online. Everything from check-ups to chiropractic visits to therapy […]

City Life

Feel Good Friday: The Stories Making Us Smile This Week

It’s not all bad. In case you need a break from this week’s bleak news cycle, here is a dose of good news from Boston […]

Home & Property

Hotels, In-Law Apartments, and Basements: How Doctors Are Quarantining during the COVID-19 Pandemic

One of the few pieces of normalcy many of us are clinging to these days is the comfort of our own homes. We may wish […]

City Life

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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A MassArt Grad Is Trying to Brighten Kids’ Hospital Stays

There’s nothing more dreary than a hospital, from the walls to the chairs, and even to what the patients wear.  Everyone’s familiar with the indignity […]