Mass. General Named 4th-Best Hospital In Country By U.S. News & World ReportBoston shows up twice on an annual ranking of the country’s best hospitals released Tuesday.
Falmouth Police Shooting Suspect Malik Koval Ordered Held Without BailMalik Koval, who is accused of shooting and injuring two Falmouth Police officers, pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Brigham & Women's Researchers Develop Non-Invasive Treatment For DiabetesMany patients turn to weight loss surgery to help reverse obesity and type 2 diabetes, but surgery is invasive and can cause side effects.
Nurse Who Sued Boston Hospital To Be Awarded $28 MillionBrigham and Women's Hospital will pay $28 million to a Haitian-American nurse after a jury ruled the hospital retaliated against the nurse.
I-Team: Boston Doctor Accused Of Sexual Harassment Still On The JobSeveral female employees at a Boston hospital claim a doctor sexually harassed them and the I-Team has learned, one woman claims the doctor sexually assaulted her outside of an operating room.
2 Nurses Sue Boston Hospital Alleging Racial DiscriminationOne of the nurses says she was denied a promotion because she is black.
Rob Gronkowski Visits Woman Waiting For Heart, Kidney TransplantA young woman’s wish to meet Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski came true on Monday.
Boston Hospital Testing Device To Rid Epilepsy Patients Of SeizuresBrigham and Women's Hospital in Boston is testing a new painless device to try to rid epilepsy patients of their seizures.
Philanthropists Donate $100 Million To 2 Boston HospitalsA telecommunications executive and his wife have given gifts worth a combined $100 million to two Boston hospitals to support innovation and patient care.
Month You Give Birth Could Affect Postpartum Depression RiskIt's estimated that 1 in 9 women in the United States develops postpartum depression, and the time of year a new mom gives birth may make a difference.
FDA Approves Gene Therapy Tested In Boston To Treat Adults With LymphomaIt's the second such gene therapy approved--and it uses the same technology as the first one, which was tested in Boston.
Boston Group Tries To Make Tourniquets CommonplaceA local doctor and the mother of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor are teaming up to make tourniquets commonplace.