Mallika Marshall

Intra-uterine device (WBZ-TV)

Doctors Steering More Women Toward IUDs, Implants For Birth Control

Many women may choose traditional birth control methods, like the pill, but increasingly, doctors are steering them toward something else.

02/25/2015

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

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