Diane Stern Joins Tufts Medical Center as Voice of Health InformationVeteran Boston radio reporter and anchor Diane Stern has joined Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children to help educate consumers on how to stay healthy and well.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Anchor Diane Stern Retires After Decades On AirDiane Stern retired after 33 years as an on-air staple of WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
Keller @ Large: Diane Stern Ends Remarkable Run At WBZ NewsRadio 1030Diane Stern’s retirement marks the end of an especially enduring run in an industry with a lot of turnover.
Carl Stevens' Poem: Diane Stern's RetirementCarl Stevens pays tribute to Diane Stern on her final day at WBZ NewsRadio 1030 after 33 years.
Jill Stein: Don't 'Throw Your Vote Away' On Clinton Or TrumpThe Green Party candidate for president is pushing back against those who see her as a spoiler in the race.
UMass Researchers Discover Protein That Blocks Zika InfectionUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School researchers, among scientists worldwide working to fight the Zika virus, have identified proteins that naturally block the virus's infection.
Figure 1 App Allows Medical Professionals To Share Photos, Information To Help PatientsOne of the co-founders of Figure 1, a helpful photo-sharing app that allows medical experts to share images and information to assist patients.
Cigna Drops Coverage Of 3D MammogramsThe medical adviser to the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition wants to meet with the head of Cigna over what he says is a bad decision the provider is making.
Traffic Is Biggest Threat To Kids On Halloween, Safety Advocate SaysParents are being urged to do more than just check their children's candy.
Drinking Coffee Daily Linked To Longer Life For Colon Cancer PatientsBoston cancer researchers have found that drinking coffee every day may improve the survival rate among colon cancer patients.
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.
Study Reveals Flaws In Gene Testing; Results Often ConflictResearchers say the study shows the need for consumers to be careful about choosing where to have a gene test done and acting on the results, such as having or forgoing a preventive surgery.