Nurse Strike, Lockout At Tufts Medical Center EndsAbout 1,200 nurses returned to their regular shifts at Tufts Medical Center at 7 a.m. Monday, after a 24-hour strike and four-day lockout left them picketing outside for the last week.
A Stroke of Luck for PFO PatientsAt the age of 38 Michelle Cahill suffered a stroke.
VIDEO: High-Tech Treatments for Brain TumorsBrain tumors do not discriminate. This year they will be diagnosed in 80,000 Americans – young and old. But there are newer high-tech treatments for brain tumors. Tufts Medical Center’s Diane Stern has more:
Diane Stern Joins Tufts Medical Center as Voice of Health InformationVeteran Boston radio reporter and anchor Diane Stern has joined Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children to help educate consumers on how to stay healthy and well.
Tufts University Revokes Bill Cosby's Honorary DegreeTufts says it has rescinded an honorary doctor of arts degree it gave to Bill Cosby a decade and a half ago.
Coast Guard Airlifts Ailing Man From Cruise ShipThe U.S. Coast Guard airlifted a man with renal and heart failure symptoms from a cruise ship Saturday afternoon about 180 miles south of Nantucket.
Tufts Students Go On Hunger Strike Over Janitor LayoffsFive students at Tufts University began a hunger strike Sunday over the university's plans to cut about 35 janitorial jobs at the end of May.
Tufts Study: Secondhand Smoke As Harmful To Pets As To People Secondhand smoke can cause lung and nasal cancer in dogs, malignant lymphoma in cats and allergy and respiratory problems in both animals, according to studies done at Tufts University's School of Veterinary Medicine in Massachusetts, Colorado State University and other schools.
Attack On Woman Near Tufts University Prompts Community Alert A community alert has been issued in Medford after a woman was attacked near Tufts University.
Grants Will Help Mass. Undersea "Kites" ProjectThree Massachusetts research facilities are getting a boost from the federal government, including money to help find out if undersea "kites" can reliably produce renewable energy.
BMC Trauma Doctor: Patients Are Making ProgressThe trauma surgery chief at Boston Medical Center says most of the injuries his hospital treated after the marathon bombings were to the lower extremities.
Tufts Students Reprimanded For Excessive Drinking At Westin Copley PlaceA top administrator at Tufts University is reprimanding students for alcohol-fueled misconduct during an annual event at one of Boston's top hotels.