Diane Stern

School lunch (WBZ-TV)

Study: School Chefs Can Get Kids To Eat Healthier

Getting kids to eat healthy school lunches is all about taste and presentation, a new study finds.

03/23/2015

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Shorter, But More Severe Allergy Season Predicted After Record-Setting Winter

It’s hard to think about allergy season when there’s still snow on the ground.

03/19/2015

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Study: 15% Of Boston Toddlers Drink Coffee

Researchers have found something surprising in Boston baby bottles.

03/03/2015

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Exercise, Social Networking May Slow Progress Of Alzheimer’s

Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center is working on new ways to slow changes in the brain.

02/19/2015

Vitamin D (WBZ)

Boston Doctor: More Vitamin D Isn’t Necessarily Better

A well-known Boston doctor is cautioning against over-screening and over-prescribing Vitamin D.

02/19/2015

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#GivingTuesday Becoming Part Of Holiday Shopping Tradition

On Giving Tuesday many organizations will match charitable donations while participants are also encouraged to donate their time.

12/02/2014

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Do You Have Christmas Tree Syndrome?

If you get watery eyes and an itchy nose when the Christmas tree comes inside your home, you may have Christmas Tree Syndrome.

11/28/2014

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Gile, WI Gets More Than Four Feet Of Snow In Three Days

The town of Gile, Winconsin has received about four feet of snow since Monday.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–11/14/2014

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Study: Hospice Patients Less Likely To Die In Hospitals

People 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.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–11/12/2014

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Medical Study Finds Improved Communication Reduces Errors

According to a study led by researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital, improvements in communication between doctors during patient handoffs can reduce injuries due to medical errors by 30 percent.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–11/07/2014

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