Working Longer May Mean Living Longer, Study SaysRetiring at age 65 may not be the healthiest thing for you, according to a new study.
New Test Diagnoses Cancer Faster, Offers Patients Better TreatmentThe test has been used for the past eighteen months at two Boston hospitals.
Could Marijuana Help Treat Painkiller And Heroin Addiction?The growing number of patients who claim marijuana helped them drop their painkiller habit has intrigued lawmakers and emboldened advocates.
Babies Who Eat Rice Cereal Have Higher Arsenic Levels, Study FindsRice cereal and other rice products are common first foods for babies.
Report Says Bacon, Alcohol Can Cause Stomach CancerThe analysis by the World Cancer Research Fund looks at the latest scientific research on diet and possible connections to stomach cancer.
NH Hospitals Struggle To Treat Opioid-Addicted BabiesHospitals across the state are stressed by the growing need for neonatal drug addiction treatment.
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.
Mark Wahlberg Surprises Spaulding Rehab Hospital's Boston Marathon RunnersMembers of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital’s “Run for Rehab” Boston Marathon team got a big surprise at their pre-race event when Boston’s own Mark Wahlberg walked out on stage with words of support.
Study Links Living Close To Highways With Heart Attack, StrokeThe study by researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine and Boston University School of Health claims those living close to the Massachusetts Turnpike and Interstate 93 were at higher risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke.
Trouble Sleeping? Try Dark Chocolate, Study SuggestsAn ingredient in dark chocolate may help regulate the body's internal clock.
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.

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