Family Of Marathon Bombing Survivor Gives Back To Brigham & Women'sGillian Reny’s legs were critically injured when the first bomb went off at the Boston Marathon in 2013.
Study Suggests Truckers Be Screened, Treated For Sleep ApneaThe study found that truckers with sleep apnea who did not follow their treatment had a five times higher rate of preventable crashes than truckers who didn't have the condition.
Wellesley Art Teacher Gives Birth To Baby Boy On ChristmasThe first-time mom gave birth to her baby boy late Christmas morning.
Boston Hospitals Will Study Effects Of Aspirin On Breast Cancer RecurrenceDoctors in Boston are looking into whether aspirin can treat cancer.
Massachusetts General Hospital Ranked 'Best Hospital' In AmericaMassachusetts General Hospital has been named the best hospital in the country by a new ranking in U.S. News & World Report.
Small Plane Crash Injures 2 Near Hampton, NH AirfieldThe densely wooded section of the woods where the plane crashed helped the two on board survive, firefighters said.
Study: Stricter Driving Laws For Teens Help Prevent Drowsy Driving CrashesNew research finds that strict driver- licensing laws in Massachusetts have helped to prevent sleep-related crashes and injuries among teenage drivers.
Ann Romney Kicks Off Awareness Campaign On Brain DiseasesA new social media campaign launched Tuesday aims to lead a global discussion about the impact of neurological diseases.
Marathon Bombing Survivor Moves Forward By Giving BackGillian Reny calls herself lucky, despite a devastating injury she suffered on April 15, 2013.
Family Of Slain Brigham and Women's Surgeon Welcomes Baby GirlThe wife of slain Brigham and Women's Hospital cardiac surgeon Dr. Michael J. Davidson has given birth to the couple's fourth child.
Brigham & Women's Hospital Finds New Way To Treat Brain AneurysmsWBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall has an exclusive look at a new, less invasive procedure to treat brain aneurysms in Boston.
Shorter, But More Severe Allergy Season Predicted After Record-Setting WinterIt’s hard to think about allergy season when there’s still snow on the ground.

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