Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Local hospitals are taking proactive steps to make sure patients and staff are protected just in case Ebola arrives on the Bay State’s doorstep.
The Massachusetts Nurses Association wants a judge to stop Brigham and Women’s Hospital from requiring employees to receive the influenza vaccine.
A device called CardioMEMS will allow doctors to measure pressures in the heart and act on them without even seeing the patient.
A Boston hospital is trying to make C-sections as pleasant for mothers-to-be as possible, something they’re calling a “Gentle C”.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital is using a method in which a CAT scan is employed in the middle of the operating room in order to remove small tumors.
Researchers found that women who slept five or fewer hours or nine or more hours per day had worse memory.
It sounds like research that people would line up to take part in – a study to see whether the nutrients in dark chocolate can help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
A firefighter with “significant burns” was airlifted to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
Colleen Wogernese’s husband Chad shuttled from Wisconsin to Boston for cancer treatment in his final 318 days of life.
About 1,000 people participated Sunday in the third annual ClimbCorps fund-raiser in the city to help fight heart disease.