Baseball Players May Be The Healthiest Athletes, According To New StudyWhile several professional sports have come under fire for putting players at serious health risks, a new study finds that professional baseball players might be the healthiest athletes out there.
A Closer Look At The Mind Of An Altruistic Kidney DonorJo Kummerle is one of just a few hundred people every year who become altruistic kidney donors.
Hollywood To Boston Children's Hospital: Simulations Engineer Helps Surgeons Practice
Daytime Naps May Help Lower Blood PressureA new study finds a midday snooze can lower your blood pressure.
Eye Exams May One Day Predict Alzheimer's DiseaseResearchers say an eye exam may one day identify patients at risk for Alzheimer’s disease long before symptoms begin.
New England Organic Egg Farmer Takes On FDA Over What Is 'Healthy'Eggs may get a bad rap, but the FDA is considering a change in how they define healthy.
Artificial Intelligence, 'Virtual Biopsies' May Be The Future Of Understanding Brain TumorsLocal doctors hope to be able to use artificial intelligence to help patients like Steven Hibbert better understand their brain tumors within the next year.
Light Drinking May Prolong Your LifeEnjoying a cocktail from time to time may be good for your health.
Not All Screen Time Bad Is For Kids?Researchers found that some types of screen time are associated with positive effects.
Antidepressants May Cause Weight GainA new study out of Britain finds that using antidepressants could lead to weight gain over time.
Number Of Doctors Recording Patient Visits Is RisingMore physicians are recording their medical conversations during office visits so that patients can review the notes at home.
Online Eye Exams Growing In PopularityFor many of us, eye exams are a must every year, but now some patients are skipping the trip to the doctor and simply logging online instead.
Deadline Approaching To Sign Up For Mass. Health Care PlansA deadline for those hoping to sign up for health insurance plans in the new year is fast approaching in Massachusetts.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome May Be Linked To Autism, Study SaysResearchers in Sweden have found an association between PCOS and autism.
Men Eat Twice As Much Dining With Women, Study ShowsA recent study out of Cornell University found that when men dine with women, they eat almost twice as much as when they eat with men.