Superman and his window-washing partner Captain America are a new dynamic duo brightening the day of young patients at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Just a few weeks ago, Zebaan Khattak, a 14-month-old Pakistani boy, could barely open his eyes.
The trauma surgery chief at Boston Medical Center says most of the injuries his hospital treated after the marathon bombings were to the lower extremities.
Investigators have studied what they found in Dr. Richard Keller’s home, and have become worried that he didn’t just collect child porn; he may have been making it.
The head of a Massachusetts prep school says the former medical director was reprimanded for using a school computer to access adult pornography, one of the many reasons he was not rehired.
A child hit by Nick Punto’s flying bat in the Fenway Park stands during Saturday’s game has been treated and released from Children’s Hospital.
The bone marrow transplant from two-year-old Gracie Murray to her 1-year-old sister Maddie has gone very smoothly.
A 2-year-old Rockland girl is donating her bone marrow to her little sister, who has a very rare form of leukemia.
Police say the boy has a broken leg, and that the injuries are not life threatening.
Some local anti-obesity advocates are proposing officials should take some “extremely obese” children away from their parents and place them in foster homes.