Fathers Can Pass Ovarian Cancer Risk To Their DaughtersA new study finds that a higher risk of ovarian cancer can be passed from father to daughter.
Compounds In Red Wine May Promote Good Oral HealthCompounds found in red wine may promote good oral health.
HealthWatch: Low-Carb Vs. Low-Fat? Probably Doesn't MatterWondering whether you should go on a low-carb or low-fat diet? A new study finds it probably doesn't matter.
HealthWatch: Drinking Soda May Impact FertilityCould drinking soda affect your chances of having a baby?
MGH Doctors Touched By Gun Violence Make A Plea for ActionWhile trauma surgeons are trained to treat victims of violence, they're humans too.
HealthWatch: How to Talk To Your Children After a School TragedyWBZ-TV’s Dr. Mallika Marshall has advice on how to talk to children about a horrific event like the school shooting in Florida.
Local Woman Waits For a Heart On Valentine's DayAfter many trips to the ER, doctors finally figured out her heart was enlarged, weak and failing.
Darwin's Dogs Project Takes Closer Look At Pets' DNA And BehaviorA UMass Medical School researcher is mapping out DNA from dogs and information from their owners that could lead to healthier lives for both.
HealthWatch: Ultrasounds Don't Cause Autism; Kids Benefit From Activity Before SchoolThere has been some concern that prenatal ultrasounds could increase the risk of autism in children but a new study suggests otherwise.
HealthWatch: Amino Acid Fuels Aggressive Form of Breast CancerResearchers at Cedars-Sinai found that an amino acid called asparagine, which is found in many types of food, may fuel tumor cells.
HealthWatch: School-Based Obesity Intervention Programs May Not Be EffectiveResearchers say their results suggest schools cannot lead the charge when it comes to weight loss or obesity prevention in young kids.
Asthma Rates Among Children In The United States Are DroppingAsthma is the leading cause of chronic illness in children and can be deadly.

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