New Test Diagnoses Cancer Faster, Offers Patients Better TreatmentThe test has been used for the past eighteen months at two Boston hospitals.
Runner Grateful After Being Carried Across Boston Marathon Finish LineAn emotional moment was captured in a snapshot at the marathon finish line. Two runners helping another complete the 26.2 mile race.
In Moderation, Artificial Sweeteners Are Not Harmful, Doctor SaysArtificial sweeteners have come under fire with some people claiming they trigger headaches, promote weight gain, even cause cancer.
Device Helps Researchers Study Impact Of Runner's Stride On InjuryOne local hospital has recruited hundreds of marathoners to study the effect of a runner's stride on injury.
Researchers Looking At Quicker And Easier Way To Diagnose ConcussionsResearchers are looking at a new way to diagnose concussions in athletes quickly and more easily.
Electronic Devices, Wearable Technology May Trigger Nickel AllergiesSome electronic devices and wearable technologies have been found to have trace amounts of nickel and they're causing users to have allergic reactions.
Should Foods Display Exercise Labels?We've heard the push for more nutritional information on labels and menus, but some experts suggest something different.
Overweight US Workers Blame Weight Gain On Work, Survey ShowsTwo-thirds of the population is overweight or obese and the numbers are climbing every year, and many Americans feel their job is to blame.
I-Team: Teen Athletes More Likely To Abuse PainkillersOften, teen athletes are prescribed narcotic pain medication which can create a set of new issues.
Scientific Reason Some Women Say They Could Just 'Eat Up' A BabyThere may be some science behind the feeling.
Low-Fat Milk May Not Be Better For Dieting, Study SuggestsOne theory is that when people reduce fat, they feel less full and are more likely to overeat.
Botox Injections May Greatly Reduce Knee Pain, Researchers SayPatients with a certain type of knee pain say just one injection is getting them back on track.