Norden brothers, injured in Marathon bombings, are back together at Spaulding Rehab
Two brothers who grew up in Stoneham, each of whom lost a leg in the Marathon bombing last month, engaged in playful competitive banter during a news conference Monday at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston.
Not every run is sunshine and roses: A short pet-peeve list
This week, I had some really ugly miles in me. I've written about ugly miles before, and how I think they make me stronger, but...
Nutrition and You
New research suggests that Americans are consuming approximately 35 percent of their daily calories chowing down at these types of eateries. Try this trick to eat less.
'Tis the season for itchy eyes, a runny nose, and persistent cough. Allergy season has arrived for millions of people. Now though, you can track which things may be bothering you most.
Music can affect how you feel, and now a new study finds that listening to a happy song to boost your mood can help you do just that.
Child In Mind
The answer to the problem posed in the CDC report is in: invest in early childhood -from newborn to three- to prevent mental health disorders and promote mental health, writes Dr. Claudia Gold.
A deadly new respiratory virus related to SARS has apparently spread from patients to health care workers in eastern Saudi Arabia, health officials said.
A statewide association of doctors and medical students is backing a proposed ban on the sale of tobacco products by health institutions.
Angelina Jolies announcement Tuesday, in an eloquent New York Times column, that she had a double mastectomy underscores the difficult decisions women face when they have a frightening family history of breast cancer.
Hundreds of Boston.com readers have sent in before and after photos of their weight loss transformations. Need inspiration? It's here.
New court filings suggest a Mass. pharmacy blamed for a deadly outbreak of fungal meningitis may have used patient lists from a Nashville clinic to mislead regulators.
Historians, doctors have debated for decades what medical complications caused the death of legendary Confederate fighter Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson.
US hospitals charge Medicare widely varying amounts for the same procedure, even when those hospitals are in the same city.
While Dr. Claudia Gold says she's no fan of the DSM system, she also believes the National Institute of Mental Health model has limits.
f you're gaining weight or having a hard time losing weight, maybe the reason is.. all in your head. A new study finds diet and exercise are the easiest parts of losing weight.
Companies hoping to sell marijuana for medical use in Mass. will be required to hire an independent lab to test their products for contaminants, such as heavy metals and pesticides, under final rules regulators approved by unanimous vote Wednesday morning.
Latest from the AP
Marine daughter seeks dignity for 'Devil Dog pups' ( AP, 5/18/2013 9:40 AM )
Marine who dumped toxins felt illness was payback ( AP, 5/18/2013 8:54 AM )
Amesbury woman adjusting to life after amputation ( AP, 5/18/2013 1:32 AM )
Flesh-eating disease victim gets prosthetic hands ( AP, 5/17/2013 9:12 PM )
Officials: Approximately 50 people injured in Conn. train collision, 4 with serious injuries ( AP, 5/17/2013 7:47 PM )
The state attorney general sought permission to launch a criminal investigation into a Mass. pharmaceutical company linked to a deadly outbreak of meningitis. (Globe)
Drinking fresh juices loaded with fruits and vegetables has come back into vogue, prompting many folks to try their hand at making juice at home. But where should you start?
A divisive ballot initiative that would allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with medication prescribed by physicians was narrowly defeated. The Death with Dignity Campaign conceded.
Get Moving blog
You may be a gymrat if you get angry when someone is on your treadmill not sharing however does not fit the holiday spirit nor is it terribly good for exercise.
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Using physics to understand human history
Archeology and physics: the two fields seem just about as different as can be. On Wednesday, William Griswold, an archeologist with the National Park Service, will explain how the two fields intersect, during a colloquium at Boston College's Weston Observatory.
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