Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Help Heart Attack Survivors HealNew research finds a common supplement may help heart attack patients heal.
Cardiac Care Advances At Brigham And Women's Hospital Lowers Likelihood Of Open Heart SurgeryNew advances in the treatment of heart disease at a Boston hospital is allowing some patients to avoid open heart surgery.
Opioids Don't Provide Much Relief For Back Pain Sufferers, Researchers SayResearches have discovered opioids don't provide significant relief for back pain.
Women Teachers Develop Vocal Fatigue More Than Men Who TeachImaginetrying to keep the attention of 30 kindergarteners or 40 middle schoolers and it isn't hard to understand how many teachers tend to lose their voices over time.
Researchers At Boston Children's To Study Body TemperatureResearchers at Boston Children’s Hospital are hoping to recruit thousands of adults and kids from all over the country to participate in the "Feverprints" study.
Are Hormones Or Genes To Blame For Peripartum Depression?Local researchers are trying to figure out how a woman's DNA affects her risk.
Placebos Helping IBS, Migraine Sufferers Find ReliefResearch shows placebos can improve some common medical conditions.
Electronic Devices, Wearable Technology May Trigger Nickel AllergiesSome electronic devices and wearable technologies have been found to have trace amounts of nickel and they're causing users to have allergic reactions.
Should Foods Display Exercise Labels?We've heard the push for more nutritional information on labels and menus, but some experts suggest something different.
Overweight US Workers Blame Weight Gain On Work, Survey ShowsTwo-thirds of the population is overweight or obese and the numbers are climbing every year, and many Americans feel their job is to blame.
Botox Injections May Greatly Reduce Knee Pain, Researchers SayPatients with a certain type of knee pain say just one injection is getting them back on track.
Adaptive Therapy May Help Kids Cope With CancerOne year ago, a girl named Salma Costa began a new unconventional approach called adaptive therapy, currently reserved for children with no other options.