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.
Struggling To Hit The Gym? It May Not Be Your Fault, Study SuggestsIf you’ve already broken your New Year’s resolution to exercise more, it may not be entirely your fault.
WRITERS Program Helps Hospitalized Children Stay BusyKids who spend long days at the hospital can get bored easily, but the WRITERS program at Floating Hospital for Children is making all the difference.
Harpist Touches Hundreds Of Lives At Brigham & Women's HospitalFive days a week Nancy Kleiman plays her harp at Brigham & Women's Hospital.
New Recommendations On How Long Ear Infections Should Be TreatedEar infections are incredibly common among young kids and many get them multiple times a year, but for how long do they need to be treated?
Millions To Give Up Alcohol For 'Dry January'This year millions of people will be participating in what's being called "Dry January”.
HealthWatch: Physical Activity Could Help Concussion RecoveryA new study says physical activity could help concussion recovery.
'Wendy's Welcome' Eases Children's Hospital FearsOne local girl is making a trip to the ER a lot less intimidating for kids and their parents.
Scalp Cooling Device Could Prevent Hair Loss In Chemotherapy PatientsHair loss is one of the most difficult side effects from chemotherapy, but a scalp-cooling device could make a difference.
HealthWatch: Second-Hand Marijuana Smoke WarningDr. Mallika Marshall reports on a new study about second-hand marijuana, hearing aids and why Americans are dying younger.
Harvard Study Shows Positive Thinking Can Prolong Your LifeHarvard University researchers have found the power of positive thinking can help you live longer.
Poor Time Management Skills? Blame Your Parents, Study SuggestsIf you have trouble completing your tasks on time, you may be able to blame your parents for that.

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