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.
Tewksbury Construction Worker Seriously Hurt By Drunk Driver, Police SayA construction worker was seriously hurt after being struck by an alleged drunk driver on Route 38 early Friday morning in Tewksbury.
Former Professor Approved For Double Arm Transplant In Boston A man who who survived a devastating illness has been approved for a double arm transplant.
Brigham And Women's Teaches Workers How To Handle Gunman In The HospitalIt's a startling new employee training video that shows a man storming into a hospital waiting room, pulling out a gun, and demanding to see a doctor.
Boston Mayor Menino Remains Hospitalized With Virus, Blood ClotMayor Tom Menino remains hospitalized after being diagnosed with a viral infection and blood clot last week.
Boston Teaching Hospitals Could Lose $322 MillionProposed Medicare cuts would hit Massachusetts teaching hospitals especially hard.
Face Transplant Patient Getting Ready To Go HomeThe man who received the country’s first full face transplant is getting ready to leave Boston and head back to his home state of Texas.
Brigham and Women's Performs Nation's First Full Face TransplantA Fort Worth man badly burned in an electrical accident received the first full face transplant last week in Boston at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Pats Fan Grateful To Volunteers Who Saved His Life At GameHe's been a Patriots fan all his life, but now, a man from Avon is an even bigger fan of the three volunteers who saved his life at Gillette Stadium last month.
Mayor Menino Released From HospitalBoston Mayor Tom Menino was released from the hospital on Monday afternoon.
Mayor Menino Back In The HospitalBoston Mayor Thomas Menino has returned to the hospital after having a negative reaction to the antibiotics he's taking for an infection.
Harvard Docs Get Good Pay To SpeakNearly half the more than 6 million dollars spent this year and last by seven big pharmaceutical firms on doctors went to Harvard doctors.