Dr. Mallika Marshall

Living Heart Project (WBZ-TV)

Daughter Of Local Engineer Inspires 3D Heart Technology

New heart devices usually need to be tested on real people before going to market, but a local company has developed one-of-a-kind virtual technology which may be a game changer.

06/22/2015

A woman experiences a migraine headache. (WBZ-TV)

Experimental Drugs May Help Migraine Sufferers

There is a new class of drugs which are showing promise in preventing migraines.

06/18/2015

(WBZ-TV)

100-Year-Old Vaccine May Help Reverse Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital are launching a five-year clinical trial of a vaccine that would not just treat the Type 1 diabetes, but possibly reverse it.

06/17/2015

Brain Tumor Foundation MRI van (WBZ-TV)

Brain Tumor Foundation Offers Free Scans In Boston

The public is invited to get a free brain scan in the MRI van.

06/15/2015

Dr. Anit Patel performs sinus surgery (WBZ-TV)

New Sinus Surgery Provides Relief, Quick Recovery

In the past, many patients have avoided surgery because of painful side effects and a long recovery period.

06/11/2015

(WBZ-TV)

Why Some Women Age Better Than Others

Why is it that some women never seem to age while the rest of us develop wrinkles, saggy skin and age spots?

06/11/2015

Mix Nuts and Dried Fruit For Trail Mix

Study: Eating Nuts Can Reduce Risk Of Death

Just a half a handful of nuts could reduce your risk of death.

06/11/2015

(WBZ-TV)

New Blood Test Could Quickly Reveal Complete Virus History

Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School have developed an assay called VirScan that can determine which viruses a patient has been exposed to, perhaps 10 years or more in the past.

06/10/2015

(WBZ-TV)

People Believe Wi-Fi Is Making Them Sick

A number of people are reporting all kinds of symptoms and blaming Wi-Fi.

06/08/2015

(WBZ-TV)

The Dangers Of Diagnosing Yourself Online

The web can answer just about anything, but it can also impart inflammatory, misleading, or sometimes downright wrong information.

06/08/2015

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