New Concerns Arise About Mental Health Of College StudentsDr. Gene Beresin, a psychiatrist and Executive Director of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital, says 50% to 60% of college students have a psychiatric disorder.
Mylan To Lower EpiPen Costs By Expanding Savings ProgramsMylan, now in the crosshairs over severe price hikes for its EpiPen, says it will expand programs that lower out-of-pocket costs by as much as half.
FDA Approves New Lens For Cataracts PatientsDoctors say the new lens is giving patients back their natural vision and reducing the need for glasses.
Drought's Good News - Fewer TicksThe drought conditions that have gripped much of the Northeast this summer appear to have a silver lining — fewer ticks.
Researchers Find Divorce Peaks Following Family VacationsResearchers find that divorce consistently peaks during August and March, times that typically follow family holidays.
Twins Live Longer Than Non-Twins, Study FindsIf you're a twin, you can expect to live longer than your non-twin counterparts, and if you're an identical male twin you might live even longer.
Gloucester Needle Exchange Program ApprovedMassachusetts public health officials have approved the North Shore's first needle exchange program.
More People Are Donating Their Bodies To ScienceAny medical student can tell you how important it is to study anatomy using a real human body. And now, more and more people are donating their bodies to science.
Cracking Your Knuckles May Make Your Joints More FlexibleGood news for the millions of Americans who crack their knuckles.
New Opioid May Kill Pain Without The Side EffectsScientists are studying a new opioid that has the pain killing effects of morphine without the side effects.
Texas Hospital First To Use 'Smart Pill' To Track Kids' HealthNew technology is being used by pediatricians and parents in Texas to keep a close eye on their young patients.
Reports Of Stroller, Baby Carrier Injuries On The RiseThere are more and more reports of children being injured in strollers and baby carriers.