'Origami Robot' Treats Patients Inside The BodyResearchers are developing robots that can treat patients inside the body.
Exercise May Be As Effective As Surgery For Knee Pain, Study FindsDoctors are rethinking how some injuries should be treated and it could help you avoid going under the knife.
Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus In Woods HoleWest Nile Virus has been found in mosquitoes on Cape Cod for the third year in a row.
Study: IVF Patients At No Greater Risk Of Breast CancerMany women undergoing fertility treatments worry that hormonal manipulation might raise their risk of breast cancer, but a new study found that's not the case at all.
Florida Health Officials Investigate Locally Transmitted Case Of ZikaHealth officials are investigating what could be the first case of a Zika infection from a mosquito bite in the United States.
Team Of Bellingham Moms Riding Pan-Mass Challenge For Nate Solder's SonTeam "Your Pace or Mine," made up of Bellingham moms, will ride in support of the Solder family with the hope that, one day, kids will be spared the pain of cancer.
Report Says Children Should Get Sex Ed From Their PediatricianDr. Mallika Marshall reports on an American Academy of Pediatrics study that says doctors can help ensure teens are getting the information they need about issues of sexuality.
Violence On TV Can Lead To Aggressive Behaviors In ChildrenDr. Mallika Marshall reports on how screen violence, both real and fictional can be harmful for kids.
New App Lets Parents See Through Baby's EyesA new app is allowing parents a glimpse of what the world looks like to a young child.
Weighty Issues: Bedtime Could Have Long-Term Impact On KidsDr. Mallika Marshall reports on three weight-related stories beginning with a simple step parents can take at home to help their children avoid becoming overweight.
Artificial Sweeteners May Lead To Consumption Of More CaloriesWhile many of us use artificial sweeteners to cut back on sugar a new study suggests that doing so could actually cause us to take in more calories.
Hidden Red Hair Gene May Increase Risk Of Skin CancerResearchers have found that even if you don't have red hair, carrying one red hair gene increases the number of mutations in skin tumors and raises your risk of skin cancer.

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