Tufts Medical Center Strike Ends, But Nurses Not Allowed Back To WorkTufts Medical Center and striking nurses remain at odds as the union members’ 24-hour strike came to an end.
Tufts Medical Center Hit By First Nurses Strike In Boston In 31 YearsMore than 1,200 nurses at Tufts Medical Center went on strike at 7 a.m. Wednesday after last-minute negotiations between the union and the hospital failed.
1200 Tufts Medical Center Nurses To Strike WednesdayNurses at Tufts Medical Center say they will walk off the job Wednesday morning on a one-day strike.
Tufts Medical Center: 'We're Ready' If Nurses Strike WednesdayOfficials at Tufts Medical Center said they are prepared in the event that nurses go through with their planned strike on Wednesday.
Tufts Nurses Strike Still Set After Failed Mediation SessionA strike is still planned for nurses at Tufts Medical Center after a mediation session between the union that represents them and the Boston hospital was unsuccessful.
Tufts Nurses Plan One-Day StrikeNurses at Tufts Medical Center in Boston are planning a one-day strike to protest what they say are the hospital's "safety issues."
Long-Term Steroid Injections May Hurt – Not Help – Knee Osteoarthritis PatientsOsteoarthritis (OA) affects more than 30 million adults in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Knee Pain: Common Causes and TreatmentsYour knees are involved in almost every activity you do—walking, bending, and turning. That’s why knee pain can severely limit your ability to move and work.
VIDEO: New Robotic-Assisted Device Gives a Leg Up on Traditional Joint ReplacementTufts Medical Center is the first in Boston to offer Mako Robotic Arm-Assisted Technology for hip and total and partial knee replacement.
The Right Imaging Technique For Your InjuryWhat's the difference between getting an X-Ray, CT-Scan or MRI? Dr. Robert J. Ward, MD, at Tufts Medical Center explains.
QUIZ: Get Hip To Your Bones and JointsGet Hip To Your Bones and Joints. Take our Quiz!
5 Things You May Not Know About Back SciaticaIf you’ve ever experienced sciatica, you know how painful and debilitating it can be. Dr. Ashley Rogerson, MD, at Tufts Medical Center, shares some important information on sciatica causes, symptoms and treatment options.
Sports Injuries: Three Trends Sidelining Young AthletesExperts from Tufts Medical Center Talk on the 3 common trends sidelining young athletes.
Back Facts: InfographicHow many people have back pain and how much is it costing Americans each year? Learn More.
Injection during Spinal Fusion Leads to Better Pain Control, Shorter Hospital StayIf you’re headed for back surgery, there may be a way to get a leg-up on a faster, less painful recovery.