Feminine Hygiene Products Could Be Doing More Harm Than GoodResearchers find feminine hygiene products could be leading to more infections and could be disturbing the normal distribution of bacteria.
Study: Teens Who Use Marijuana Have Slight Reductions In Cognitive FunctionA new study finds that teens and young adults who frequently smoke marijuana are more likely to have slower cognition.
Mass. General Trial Uses Marijuana-Based Medicine To Reduce SeizuresA local couple says their daughter, who suffers from epilepsy, is benefiting from an experimental drug trial using marijuana-based medicine.
FDA Clears Way For First Contact Lenses With Light-Adaptive TechnologyMore than 40-million Americans wear contact lenses and today the FDA cleared the way for the first contact lens with light-adaptive technology.
Strawberries, Spinach Top List Of Pesticide ContaminationStrawberries and spinach both top the list when it comes to pesticide contamination.
Organization Founded By Marathon Bombing Victim's Family Changes LivesThe family of a Boston Marathon bombing victim created the Stepping Strong Fund, which supports research for innovative trauma care.
Reading Aloud To Young Children May Improve AttentionResearchers found that the children who participated in the program had fewer attention problems and fewer disruptive behaviors when they started school.
Teachers Worry Digital Devices May Harm Kids' Well-BeingNew research finds most teachers believe that digital devices have a negative impact on kids. 
New Stem Cell Treatment Could Help People Suffering From ALSMassachusetts General Hospital is testing a new treatment that could help people suffering with ALS.
Antacids, Antibiotics Could Increase Risk Of Allergy In BabiesAccording to a new study, babies who are given antacids like Zantac and Pepcid are more likely to develop childhood allergies.
New Drug Could Help Treat Core Symptoms Of AutismA new drug is designed to improve social interaction and communication in people with autism.
Studies Link Legal Marijuana With Fewer Opioid Prescriptions Can legalizing marijuana fight the problem of opioid addiction and fatal overdoses? Two new studies in the debate suggest it may.