Mallika Marshall

Youth football (WBZ-TV)

Boston Study Shows How Serious Concussions Are For Young Football Players

Boston researchers just found a connection between the age former NFL players were when they started playing and how they think later in life.

01/29/2015

Professor Chad Cowan (WBZ-TV)

Boston Researchers Working On ‘Treadmill In A Pill’

Boston researchers say they have captured the weight loss benefits of a treadmill in a pill.

01/07/2015

Blood samples (WBZ-TV)

Blood Type Could Determine Risk Of Certain Health Problems

Do you know your blood type? The answer could determine your risk of certain health problems later in life.

10/24/2014

Prostatek vaccine made by Advantagene. (WBZ-TV)

Newton Company Develops Prostate Cancer Vaccine

Unlike traditional vaccines which try to prevent disease, ProstAtak is designed to prevent cancer from coming back.

10/22/2014

Knee replacement (WBZ-TV)

Bedford Company Using 3D Printer To Make Customized Knee Implants

Knee replacement is the most common joint replacement worldwide. Providing huge relief, most of the time.

10/17/2014

Mandometer (WBZ-TV)

High Tech Gadgets Help Moderate Food Intake

Losing weight can be a real challenge, but now there is high tech help available to help moderate the amount of food eaten.

10/15/2014

James Lechleiter and a student. (WBZ-TV)

Doctor Working On Pill To Heal Concussions

A doctor at the University of Texas is working on a pill that repairs brain damage.

10/10/2014

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Young, Healthy People Warned Not To Ignore Signs Of Atrial Fibrillation

Heart problems are big problems for Americans, but if you think they only affect the elderly, think again.

09/30/2014

Generic drugs (WBZ-TV)

Generic Drug Prices On The Rise

Some generic drug prices are so high in some cases that patients are choosing to go without.

09/26/2014

CardioMEMS device for heart failure patients. (WBZ-TV)

New Device Helps Heart Failure Patients Stay Out Of The Hospital

A device called CardioMEMS will allow doctors to measure pressures in the heart and act on them without even seeing the patient.

09/22/2014

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