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Study: Drinking Diet Soda Could Increase Risk Of Dementia, StrokeDiet soda has long been touted as a healthier alternative to sugary soft drinks, but a new study raises some concerning questions.
Boston Medical Center Provides Free Tax Services To Low-Income FamiliesStreetCred offers free tax services to low income families and hospital employees.
Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets Recalled NationwideA nationwide recall is underway for baby teething tablets that the FDA says are unsafe.
Emergency Tracking System Will Monitor Runners' Health At Boston MarathonEmergency Medical Services will use an emergency tracking system to monitor exhausted runners and their families during the Boston Marathon.
House Budget Puts Brake On Governor's Medicaid PlanA $40.3 billion House budget plan unveiled Monday puts brakes on Republican Gov. Charlie Baker's plan to assess employers who don't offer health insurance benefits to their workers.
Rhode Island Pot Legalization Proponents Push For VoteRhode Island state legislators hoping to legalize recreational marijuana say they have enough support to pass a bill if it comes to a vote this spring in the Democrat-controlled General Assembly.
Nearly 600,000 Asthma Inhalers Recalled By GSKAn FDA document indicates the reason for recall is a “defective delivery system” due to a leak in the Ventolin inhalers.
Maple Syrup Can Help Fight Infections, Scientists SayMaple syrup doesn’t just make pancakes better – it could also increase the bacteria-fighting powers of antibiotics.
Teen Running Boston Marathon To Honor Doctors Who Saved Him As An InfantAustin Prario will be running the marathon to honor the Boston Children's Hospital doctors who saved him, thank the parents who didn't coddle him, and motivate other kids like him facing serious health issues.
8-Month-Old Baby Arrives In Boston For 7th Open-Heart SurgeryA little baby from New York, who has spent half her life in Boston for medical treatment, came back Wednesday to face her seventh open-heart surgery.
Cancer Activists Push Bill To Hike Legal Age To Buy TobaccoOver 100 cancer patients, survivors and their families from across Massachusetts are planning to gather at the Statehouse to press lawmakers to support efforts to protect young people from nicotine addiction.
WPI Scientists Developing Patch For Diseased Hearts Using Spinach LeavesBiomedical engineers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute are working on a patch for diseased hearts that uses spinach leaves.

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