Boston Medical Center Provides Free Tax Services To Low-Income FamiliesStreetCred offers free tax services to low income families and hospital employees.
Emergency Tracking System Will Monitor Runners' Health At Boston MarathonEmergency Medical Services will use an emergency tracking system to monitor exhausted runners and their families during the Boston Marathon.
Maple Syrup Can Help Fight Infections, Scientists SayMaple syrup doesn’t just make pancakes better – it could also increase the bacteria-fighting powers of antibiotics.
Local Doctor Working To 'Brew Blood' To Combat Certain DisordersLocal scientists are working on a procedure that could “brew blood”and help combat certain blood disorders while creating an endless supply.
New Treatment Relieves Knee Pain Without Replacement SurgeryThis procedure could be used to treat thousands of patients who suffer from ACL injuries, early arthritis and cartilage loss in the knee.
New Guidelines Help Patients Suffering From Restless Leg SyndromeRestless leg syndrome is a condition that, for some, makes life almost unbearable, but a Boston-based expert on the condition says new guidelines could help patients from suffering in silence.
Putting The Perk Caffeine Bracelet To The TestPerk is a new bracelet that uses a patch to deliver caffeine directly through the skin.
Specially Trained Dogs Sniff Out Cancer, Save LivesSince 2013 hundreds of Chicago firefighters have breathed into masks as part of a study.
Local Researchers May Have Found Way To Restore HearingTiny hair cells inside our inner ear allow us to hear but they can be easily damaged by loud noises or certain drugs, causing hearing loss.
Life Expectancy In U.S. Expected To Remain Behind Other CountriesWhen it comes to life expectancy, the United States will continue to trail other industrialized countries in the year 2030.
Research Underway In Boston To Help Dogs Live LongerResearchers hope a drug approved for humans will help dogs live longer.
Man Opts To Receive Liver From Donor With Hepatitis C After First Transplant FailsAfter his first transplant failed, 26-year old Ben Blake was in need of another liver and fast. So he made the courageous decision to take one that is infected with a treatable disease in order to save his life.

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