Harvard Study: Eating Healthy Costs $1.50 More Per Day Eating a healthier diet does cost more than eating junk - about $1.50 a day according to new research fom Harvard School of Public Health.
Harvard School Of Public Health Set To Honor Bill, Chelsea ClintonFormer President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are among those who will be honored during events celebrating the Harvard School of Public Health's centennial.
Skipping Breakfast May Increase Heart Attack RiskA study of older men found those who regularly skipped breakfast had a 27 percent higher risk of a heart attack than those who ate a morning meal.
Harvard Study: Women Abused As Children At Higher Risk Of Having Child With AutismThe study from Harvard School of Public Health published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says women who experienced physical, emotional or sexual abuse as children are more likely to have a child with autism than women who were not abused.
Goodell: Football Will Evolve And Get SaferNFL commissioner Roger Goodell says football will evolve and get safer.
Weight Training Associated With Reduced Risk of Type 2 DiabetesMen who do weight training regularly may be able to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 34%.
Study: Medicaid Expansion Leads To Improved Health, Fewer DeathsA new study finds that expanding Medicaid to low-income adults leads to widespread gains in coverage, access to care, improved health, and reduced mortality.
Harvard Study: Sugary Sodas Make Boston Teens More ViolentCan sugary sodas make teenagers violent? A new study seems to point in that direction.
BPA In Pregnant Women Might Affect Childrens' BehaviorExposure to the chemical bisphenol-A before birth could affect girls' behavior at age 3, according to a new study.
Study: Boston Public Schools' Sugary Drink Ban Is WorkingA new study indicates that the Boston public schools' ban on sugary drinks has paid off, with high school students drinking less of such beverages overall.
Smokeless Tobacco Pouches Target Young Mass. MenDespite all of the warnings about the dangers of smoking, tobacco use is still the leading cause of preventable death and illness here in Massachusetts and across the nation.