A bra provides many things to women: functional support, sexy lingerie, or even a political statement. But could a tech-supported bra stop emotional eating? Microsoft has one in the works....
With three weeks left in the year, not one person has been fully enrolled in a health insurance plan through the beleaguered Massachusetts insurance marketplace after it was revamped Oct. 1 to comply with the...
As the year comes to a close, the Boston.com staff wants to know: what health stories were the most important or memorable for you in 2013? Rank your top 10 list here.
Boston-based American Well has begun offering its virtual primary care visits directly to consumers over their computer, smartphone or tablet.
In the dark winters, when ambient light is low and the days are mercilessly short, haphazard sleep rhythms are often magnified.
There’s been a rapid rise in women seeking to be screened for breast cancer gene mutations after Angelina Jolie announced she was a BRCA carrier.
Researchers may have found a new method to cure peanut allergies—even for those most at risk for deadly allergic reactions.
Boston researchers are reporting the return of the HIV virus in two patients who had become virus-free after undergoing bone marrow transplants.
Prolonged exposure to repetitive sounds can reduce the formation of blood vessels in the brains of newborn mice, Yale researchers have found, causing changes that may ultimately make them more vulnerable to stresses and aging....