Massachusetts Receives ‘A’ Grade for Infertility Care

Massachusetts was one of five states to receive an ‘A’ in a national report card on the status of access to infertility care services, but apparently the state still has work to do.

Medical Volunteers Help 2014 Boston Marathon Runners Finish Strong

The 2014 Boston marathon runners were certainly stronger. Ninety-nine percent of the 36,000 runners finished, despite the warm spring day that followed an unseasonably long, cold, training winter. Tips for a Successful Marathon Recovery

Medical Research Rises from Tragedy at Finish Line

Ear trauma impacted more than 100 patients in the days and weeks that followed the Boston Marathon bombings. A physician team has taken lessons from the tragedy to heal the future. A year after bombing, Boston and its people heal

Healthy Do’s and Don’ts for Spring Break Travel

While travel exposes us to new cultures, it also exposes us to health and safety risks. Here are some do’s and don’ts to keep in mind to avoid a vacation spent in the hotel room.

Fact or fiction? Common myths about autism explained

Is your knowledge of autism spectrum disorder up-to-date? April is Autism Awareness Month. Let’s separate the facts from the fiction. Are rising preschool explusions and autism linked? CDC: 1 in 68 children diagnosed with autism


Zen Break: Quick Tricks to Find Happiness at Work

Is stress getting in the way of your job satisfaction? Be Well, Boston host Lara Salahi talks with author Sharon Salzberg about how to find happiness and calm in a busy career.

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