HealthWatch: Cancer-Detecting App; First-Time Dads Getting OlderAn app can detect an early sign of pancreatic cancer by looking at users' eyes, and a separate study says men are waiting until they are older to have their first children.
In Partnership With MGH, Chelsea High Gets More Than A School NurseDr. Mallika Marshall reports on a partnership between a hospital and a local high school to provide care that goes well beyond bug bites and sore throats.
Families Say Lexington Nutrition Health Coach Can Cure Deadly Food AllergiesNutrition health coach Amy Thieringer developed a homeopathic, non-invasive program to treat allergies.
Tufts Surgeons Perform 2 Double Transplants On Same DayTransplant teams at Tufts Medical Center had to go into overdrive when organs for two patients became available on the same day.
New Transplant Trial Could Mean More Patients Get New OrgansIrma Hendrick volunteered to receive a kidney infected with hepatitis C as part of a clinical trial.
How To Talk To Your Kids About Donald TrumpDr. Mallika Marshall discusses the ways you can talk to your children about the President-Elect after a contentious campaign.
Framingham State University Food Study Helps Students Beat The 'Freshman 15'The temptations of the college dining hall can make any mouth water--but a new program at Framingham State University provides participants with a diet without any wiggle room.
Marine Receives Double Arm Transplant At Brigham And Women's HospitalA retired Marine who lost all four limbs in combat in Afghanistan six years ago is recovering after getting a double arm transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
MIT-Developed Robot Helps Nurses Make DecisionsRobots in the operating room are nothing new—but now, a robot named Ginger has been specifically designed to help nurses.
Bacon Causes Cancer, New Report SaysThe World Health Organization says eating processed meats is just as bad for you as smoking.
Robotic Suit Helps Paralyzed NH Man WalkThree years ago, Cory Cook was paralyzed from the chest down during a swimming accident.
Studies: Millions Could Benefit By Taking Cholesterol-Lowering MedicationsMillions more Americans could benefit from treatment with popular cholesterol-lowering medications, according to two new studies.