Brookline Therapists See PTSD Patients Improve Significantly With Experimental Ecstasy TherapyTherapists in Brookline believe a treatment using the drug MDMA, better known as ecstasy, is the key to bringing relief to those suffering from PTSD.
Face Mask That Can Detect COVID Designed By MIT, Harvard ResearchersFace masks have been an important part of keeping people safe during the pandemic - but what if they could do even more?
Moderna: 'Encouraging' Data Shows Its COVID Vaccine Remains Protective Against Delta VariantModerna says "encouraging" new data backs up the belief that its two-dose COVID vaccine protects against emerging strains of the coronavirus, including the Delta variant.
Massachusetts Reports 41 New COVID Cases, 2 Additional DeathsAs of Monday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 0.29%.
FDA To Add Warning To Pfizer, Moderna COVID Vaccines About Rare Heart InflammationCDC researchers found a "likely association" between the shots and rare cases of heart inflammation in young people.
Brigham & Women's Dermatology Program Offers Specialized Care For Patients Of ColorDr. Deborah Scott helped launch the program 10 years ago to address the skin and hair need specifically of patients of color.
Study: Drinking 3 To 4 Cups Of Coffee Per Day Cuts Risk For Liver ProblemsCoffee drinkers were 49% less likely to die from chronic liver disease than non-coffee drinkers.
Massachusetts Closes In On Goal Of 4.1 Million People Vaccinated Against COVID-19Massachusetts is closing in on Gov. Charlie Baker’s goal of 4.1 million people in the state fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Intermittent Fasting May Not Be As Effective As Calorie-Restricted DietingA new study suggests intermittent fasting is no magic bullet for shedding pounds.
Study: Regular Exercising During Middle Age Years Leads To Big Health Care Savings After RetirementNewcastle University researchers found people who start to exercise before or during middle age typically save from $800 to $1,000 annually on health care costs after retirement.
Pills To Minimize COVID-19 After Infection Could Be Available By End Of The YearThe pills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection.
OK To Take Pain Relievers After Vaccination? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your COVID QuestionsDr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus vaccine-related medical questions.
Study: 1 In 4 Of People Who Had COVID Sought Treatment For New Medical Issues At Least A Month After InfectionThe non-profit FAIR Health analyzed the health insurance records of almost two million people in the U.S. who contracted COVID last year.
'Vax Express' Commuter Rail Train Bringing Shots To Communities With Low COVID Vaccination RatesA new initiative to get people on board with the COVID vaccine gets underway Wednesday.
Baker Reportedly Signs Bill To Extend Some Pandemic Policies Including Outdoor Dining, To-Go CocktailsState lawmakers have voted to extend some popular pandemic policies.