Tufts ER Doctor: COVID-19 Volume Not 'Overwhelming Yet'Dr. Lauren Rice says she does not feel like the COVID-19 crisis has overwhelmed her emergency department yet.
Coronavirus From The Front Lines: What One Boston ER Doctor Is SeeingOne emergency room doctor talks about battling the coronavirus at Tufts Medical Center.
10 Tufts Medical Center Workers Test Positive For The CoronavirusTufts Medical Center confirmed Friday night that six employees at the hospital have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Tufts Medical Center Offers Unique Procedure To Combat Abnormal Heart RhythmA local medical center is using a new procedure to help patients with an abnormal heart rhythm.
Report Says Robocalls Are Overwhelming Hospitals, Putting Patients' Lives On The LineTufts Medical Center was flooded with thousands of calls one morning last year.
Tufts Doctor Killed By Falling Ice While Hiking White MountainsA Tufts Medical Center physician passed away after an accident during a hiking trip with her family in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, the hospital confirms.
Migraine Patch Providing Quicker Pain Relief For PatientsAn experimental treatment for migraine headaches is showing real promise for sufferers of the often-chronic condition.
EMT Helps Deliver Baby Outside Boston HospitalA baby due on Christmas Day made an early appearance outside a Boston Hospital, and an EMT on the job for less than a year made sure it was a healthy delivery.
Pediatricians Strengthen Stance Against Spanking ChildrenA Boston doctor authored the policy, which states parents should never hit or verbally shame their children.
Woman Critically Injured By Plow Outside Tufts Medical CenterA woman has life-threatening injuries after she was hit by a plow near Tufts Medical Center during the nor'easter.
Christmas Miracle: Man Receives Kidney Donation On Dec. 24On Christmas Eve, Joseph Gougeon got the call he had been waiting for: a matching kidney was waiting for him.
The Beat Goes On: Identifying, Treating, and Preventing Heart FailureDo you have trouble breathing while walking up stairs? How about swelling in the legs and feet? You could be one of the millions of Americans with heart failure.
Genetics and its Role in Heart DiseaseFamily history has always played an important role when it comes to understanding your risk of heart disease. But how much of a factor is it and can you change your genetic path?
PAD - The Painful Truth & New HopeSmoking. Diabetes. High cholesterol and blood pressure. Not only do they increase your chance of developing heart disease, but of peripheral artery disease, a painful condition of the legs and feet. Fortunately, researchers are working on new treatments.
Sounding The Alarm On Heart DiseaseThere's another way men and women are different – our hearts. Women’s hearts are smaller, weigh less and beat faster than their male counterparts. But it’s these five statistics that can be a lifesaver.