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What You Need to Know about the Idea of a “Vaccine Pass”

The vaccine passes are coming! Or…are they? From the early days of the pandemic, the concept of a vaccine pass (sometimes called a vaccine passport) […]

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 […]

Wellness

The Great Suburban Healthcare Hunt

See the 2021 list of Top Doctors Well, you finally did it: You won the cutthroat suburban bidding wars, booked the moving truck, and now, […]

Wellness

The West Nile Virus Has Been Detected in a Mosquito in Boston for the First Time This Year

Just when you finally made a habit out of grabbing your COVID-blocking mask on your way out the door, you’re going to have to add […]

Wellness

Nine Black Fitness Professionals in Boston to Follow on Instagram

As protests for the Black Lives Matter movement continue to happen throughout the Boston area, there are many ways you can support the Black community […]

Wellness

As Protests Continue, Health Officials Advise Activists: Keep Masks On

The total number of coronavirus cases as of Sunday, when protesters gathered in crowds across the city to protest the death of George Floyd, reached […]

Wellness

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 […]

Wellness

Dr. Fauci Sounds Hopeful about a New COVID-19 Treatment

As hard as it is to remain optimistic these days, maybe you can let this little bit of good news be your sliver of hope […]

Wellness

What You Need to Know about Wearing a Face Mask during the COVID-19 Crisis

On May 1 Governor Charlie Baker issued a face-covering mandate where social distancing is not possible, effective May 6. Businesses may decline entry to an […]