New Treatment Helps Young Arthritis PatientsArthritis is usually thought to affect older people, but young adults can suffer from it, too.
New Building At Brigham And Women's Could Revolutionize Health CareThe new Building for Transformative Medicine is a state-of-the art facility which provides “one-stop” patient care.
Eating More Potatoes, French Fries Linked To High Blood PressurePeople who ate four or more servings of potatoes a week had an 11 percent higher risk of hypertension.
'Superheroes' Give Hope To Parents Of Premature Babies At Boston HospitalsA spark of hope comes in the form of once premature babies who are now helping new parents focus on the future.
Two Boston Hospitals To Sequence Genome Of Newborns For The First Time EverFor the first time ever doctors at Brigham & Women's and Boston Children's Hospital are sequencing the genome of newborns.
Brigham & Women's Hospital Uses Cooling Blankets To Help Babies At RiskIn an attempt to protect brain injury, doctors at the Brigham are now doing something that might sound strange.
New Blood Test Could Quickly Reveal Complete Virus HistoryResearchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School have developed an assay called VirScan that can determine which viruses a patient has been exposed to, perhaps 10 years or more in the past.
Some Women Choosing More Invasive Breast Cancer Surgery When They Don't Need ToSome surgeons and oncologists are calling this the 'Angelina Jolie' effect.
Winter Cleanup Presents Health DangersThe emergency room at Brigham and Women's Hospital is seeing plenty of injuries caused by falls, and they're not just bruises.
Brigham & Women's Hospital Prescribes Videos To Keep Patients On TrackVidscrips are short one to two minute videos that answer a variety of questions about common health issues.
I-Team: Violence At Hospitals On The RiseThe I-Team found the numbers of violent attacks in health care settings are on the rise.
Study: Hospice Patients Less Likely To Die In HospitalsPeople who enroll in hospice care are five times less likely to die in hospitals and nursing homes than people who do not choose hospice, according to a new study by local researchers.