Forget About Superfoods. Try Retro Eating.

Do we really need to be eating the latest trendy beet juice, coconut water, chia seeds, and quinoa, to be healthy?

Boston Will Take Your Prescription Drugs Now

It’s time to spring clean your medicine cabinet. Boston health officials and the mayor’s office hope a drug take back event will encourage residents to take action against prescription drug abuse. Mayor Announces Examination of Boston’s Addiction, Recovery Services Tighter Restrictions for Painkiller Zohydro

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

Finishing Strong: Brookline Marathon Team Finds Strength in Community

Runners who didn’t finish the Boston Marathon last year have found team training to be therapeutic. City offering counseling for Boston Marathon bombing anniversary

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

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