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2016

The Boston Globe - Aug. 5, 2016
Hospitals Decry New US Star Rating System

WHDH Channel 7 - Aug. 4, 2016
BMC Waiting Room Renovated on One Boston Day Opens

Women's Health - Aug. 4, 2016
Can Waist Trainers Really Get You THAT Little in the Middle?

National Public Radio - Aug. 4, 2016
Has My Child Been Exposed To Lead? When And How To Test

Medscape - Aug. 4, 2016 
Mission: Lifeline Project Expanded Ranks of Patients Getting Guidelines-Based STEMI Care

SheKnows.com - Aug. 3, 2016
6 Breastfeeding Positions All New Moms Should Know

Brookline Patch - Aug. 3, 2016
Brookline Resident Runs for Addiction Treatment

The Boston Globe - Aug. 3, 2016
What Do Boston Colleges Pay for City Services?

Boston Business Journal - Aug. 2, 2016
These Massachusetts Hospitals Made U.S. News Best Hospital List

Wicked Local Weston - Aug. 1, 2016
Special Donation from Weston-Owned Business

WCVB Channel 5 - Aug. 1, 2016
People Should Be Cautious Travelling to Florida, Doctor Says

EndocrineWeb.com - Aug. 1, 2016
Soy & Your Thyroid: How Much Is Too Much?

WCVB Channel 5 - July 29, 2016
4 Zika Cases Likely Came from Florida Mosquitoes

Medical Economics - July 29, 2016
HCV Core Antigen Tests a Less Costly Diagnostic Option

Cape Cod Times - July 29, 2016
Cape Family Joins Push for Stricter OUI Law

Boston.com - July 28, 2016
Family of Fallen Officer: In-Car Breathalyzer Necessary for First Offenders Too

Medscape - July 28, 2016
Heavy Manual Labor, Not Leisure-Time Exercise, Tied to AF Risk

Becker's ASC Review - July 28, 2016
Boston University to Increase Dermatologists Practicing in Academia: 5 Takeaways from the New Residency Program

Boston Magazine - July 28, 2016
Boston Hospitals Among Those Snubbed by Federal Hospital Rankings

The New York Times - July 27, 2016
Naloxone Eases Pain of Heroin Epidemic, but Not Without Consequences

Forbes.com - July 27, 2016
This App Is Conquering Insomnia And Depression At The Same Time

BU Today - July 26, 2016
Close Up: What the Doctor Ordered

Managed Healthcare Executive - July 25, 2016  
Four Ways Providers Can Use Coaching to Treat Obese Patients

BU Today - July 25, 2016
New App Will Help Lower Blood Pressure

Wicked Local Weston - July 23, 2016
Weston Resident Appointed President of Association

CAP (College of American Pathologists) Today - July 2016
For Certain Thyroid Lesions, the Shift is On

Boston Herald - July 20, 2016
8th Annual Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club "Buddy Run"

USA Today - July 20, 2016 
Will Transgender Olympian Come Out for Rio Games?

Men's Health - July 19, 2016 
Your 5-Step Plan to Soothe Sunburn

Forbes.com - July 19, 2016
Big Brother Is Watching Your Health

SDM Magazine - July 2016
High-Tech Wireless Deployment Tracks Infants Real-Time

TheFix.com - July 18, 2016
How Do You Handle Pain Relief If You're Concerned About Addiction?

The Boston Globe - July 17, 2016
Life and Loss on Methadone Mile

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - July 16, 2016
'The Buddy Run' Through Mattapan Raises Money For Kids

The Huffington Post - July 13, 2016
Behind The Baby-Friendly Hospital Practice That Not All Moms Love

STAT News - July 13, 2016
WATCH: Why Do Our Ears Pop?

Lung Disease News - July 12, 2016
Researchers Say Lung-Targeted Gene Therapy May Improve Treatments for Inherited Diseases

WebMD.com - July 12, 2016
Should Your Child Try Neurofeedback for ADHD?

Boston Herald - July 10, 2016
Racial Unrest Taking Psychological Toll on Black Youths

Tailcoat Times - July 9, 2016
BMC Catwalk For A Cure

Oncology Nurse Advisor - July 8, 2016
Health Care Reform Has No Impact on Role of Safety-Net Hospitals in Providing Care to Minority Patient Populations

WBUR CommonHealth - July 7, 2016
A Cultural Shift For Doctors: Asking Patients 'Why?'

Harvard Gazette - July 6, 2016
The Power of Babble

The Boston Globe - July 6, 2016
Medical Marijuana Changing Prescription Practices, Study Finds

Health Facilities Management Magazine - July 5, 2016
Boston Medical Center Uses 'Green Steam' to Reduce Carbon Footprint

The Boston Globe - July 4, 2016
The Doctors Who Only Come Out at Night

Urology Times - July 1, 2016
AUA Balances Three Priorities Amid Changing Landscape

El Planeta - June 30, 2016
Boston Medical Center Patients and their Families Will Have More Access to Healthy Food

The Enterprise - June 28, 2016
From Cancer to Catwalk for Bridgewater Woman

Boston.com - June 28, 2016
10 Work Snacks for When You're Trying to be Healthy

Psychiatry Advisor - June 27, 2016
Expanded Naloxone Access Could Help Curb Opioid Deaths

The Journal of the American Medical Association - June 27, 2016 
Avoiding the Unintended Consequences of Screening for Social Determinants of Health

Heart.org  - June 27, 2016
Cardiologist Focuses on Patients, and on Research to Help Them

Healio.com - June 27, 2016
HCV Core Antigen Assays Show Potential to Replace Nucleic Acid Testing

The New York Times - June 27, 2016
Letters to the Editor: Filling the Pantries

The Boston Globe - June 25, 2016
Boston Medical Center Does Fashion for a Cause

The Boston Globe - June 24, 2016
On the Catwalk to Support BMC

HealthCare Business Daily News - June 24, 2016
AHA Awards Three Individuals with Gold Heart Award

WBUR CommonHealth - June 23, 2016
Narrating Medicine: When Doctors Forget To Feel

HealthLeaders Media - June 22, 2016
Safety Nets Remain Key Access Point for Minority Patients

Cumberland Times-News - June 21, 2016
Expert: 'Start With the Heart' When Caring for Special Needs ChildCumberland Times-News

Boston.com - June 21, 2016
No Quick Solutions Were Found at a City Meeting on Boston's Workforce Development

The Boston Globe - June 21, 2016
Take These Fruits and Vegetables and Call Me in the Morning

Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality - June 20, 2016
Safety-Net Hospitals Remain Essential Resource for Minority Patients after Health Reform

FierceHealthcare - June 20, 2016
Patients Still Need Safety Nets After Healthcare Reform

Vox - June 19, 2016
Trauma Doctors are Learning Battlefield Techniques. And They're Saving Victims of Mass Shootings.

The Boston Globe - June 18, 2016
After Three Centuries, Precious Guitar Finally Visits the Doctor

Boston Herald - June 18, 2016
Father's Day

Boston Magazine - June 17, 2016
Surgeon General Praises Massachusetts' Fight Against Opioid Abuse

Lifezette.com - June 17, 2016
How Do People Recover from an Orlando?

America's Essential Hospitals - June 16, 2016
Hospital Association Honors Members for Quality, Population Health

STAT News - June 15, 2016
'It Brought Back All the Feelings:' Medics in Past Tragedies Respond to Orlando

Scientific American - June 15, 2016 
How a Transgender Woman Could Get Pregnant

The American Journal of Managed Care - June 14, 2016
Medication-Assisted Opioid Treatment Severely Underused, Study Finds

The Manufacturer.com - June 14, 2016 
Boston Medical Center Goes Green to Help Meet its Thermal Energy Needs

The Huffington Post - June 13, 2016
Science Needed For Fentanyl Crisis

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - June 11, 2016
Boston Policeman Delivers Baby Girl In Jamaica Plain

Men's Health - June 10, 2016
The 7 Best Supplements For Men

Allure - June 10, 2016 
Daisy Ridley Opens Up About The Medical Issue That Messed Up Her Skin

Hospitals & Health Networks - June 9, 2016
Hospitals Try New Approaches To Treating Opioid-Dependent Babies

Boston Magazine - June 8, 2016 
Jake Gyllenhaal's Jeff Bauman Biopic Stronger Wraps Filming

MedPage Today - June 7, 2016
USPSTF: Screen for Syphilis in High-Risk Groups

Health Affairs - June 2016
In Fighting An Opioid Epidemic, Medication-Assisted Treatment Is Effective But Underused

The Boston Globe - June 7, 2016
Martha Samuelson Takes on New Challenge at Boston Medical Center

Boston Herald - June 6, 2016
Opioid Abuse Fears Flare as Pols Propose Lifting Cap on Addiction Medication

Boston.com - June 4, 2016
How to Spot the Signs of an Opioid Overdose

Healio.com - June 2016
Low Early Perioperative Complication, Seen After Total Ankle Arthroplasty

Forbes.com - June 4, 2016
Would Prince Be Alive Today If He'd Had A Different Doctor?

South Boston Today - June 3, 2016
BMC Adult, Pediatric Trauma Centers Re-Verified

MassLive - June 3, 2016
Good Nutrition is Both Sound Economic Policy and Effective Preventive Medicine: Guest Viewpoint

The Wall Street Journal - June 2, 2016
Pop Star Prince Died of Opioid Fentanyl Overdose

El Planeta - June 1, 2016
Mayor Walsh Makes Two Appointments to the Boston Public Health Committee

Boston.com - June 1, 2016
Where People Are Most Likely to Work in Each Boston Neighborhood

Self.com - June 1, 2016
Registered Dietitians Share Their 13 Best Tips For Eating More Vegetables

Live Science - June 1, 2016
What Is Transgender?

Forbes.com - June 1, 2016
CBS EcoMedia Launches Charity Champions League, A New Online "Social Good Competition"

The Huffington Post - June 1, 2016
When Legal Assistance Can Improve Health

Hospital Newspaper - June 1, 2016
BMC Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident Selected for Alpha Omega Alpha Induction

Hospital Newspaper - June 1, 2016
BMC Neurology Fellow Selected for Alpha Omega Alpha Induction

The Washington Post - May 26, 2016 
How to Choose a Sunscreen for Your Kids

MassLive - May 26, 2016
Senate Considers Merging Applications for MassHealth, Food Stamps

The Huffington Post - May 26, 2016
The Medical Community Must Come to the Defense of Purvi Patel

The Boston Globe Letters - May  26, 2016
Okla. Abortion Law Went Too Far in Targeting Doctors

The Guardian - May 25, 2016
A Deadly Crisis: Mapping the Spread of America's Drug Overdose Epidemic

The Rainbow Times - May 24, 2016
Boston Medical Center Opens New Center Devoted Exclusively to Transgender Transition-Related Care

New York Magazine - May 24, 2016
Like Sister, Like Brother

MedPage Today - May 24, 2016
Specialties Differ on Reasons for CRC Screens in Seniors

The Boston Globe - May 24, 2016
Experts Split Over Health Concerns from Lead in Schools' Water

Becker's Hospital Review - May 23, 2016
Boston Medical Center Re-Verified as Level I Adult Trauma Center

Voice of America - May 20, 2016
trans.formation: The Biological Roots of Being Transgender

Citybizlist.com - May 19, 2016 
Santander Opens New Branch At Boston Medical Center

Boston Spirit Magazine - May 19, 2016
Boston Medical Center to be First Hospital in State Offeirng 'Gender Affirmation' Surgery

Boston Herald - May 19, 2016
Boston Docs Call for More Research, Oversight on Medicinal Marijuana

DailyBurn.com - May 18, 2016
Here's How Your Metabolism Changes in Your 20s, 30s and 40s

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center Is First In Mass. To Offer Sex Reassignment Surgery

Metro - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center Will Be First in State to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery: Report

MassLive.com - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center to Become first Massachusetts Hospital to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

Boston Magazine - May 18, 2016
BMC Becomes First Massachusetts Hospital to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

Reuters - May 18, 2016
Major Boston Hospital to Offer Gender-Reassignment Surgeries

WCVB Channel 5 - May 18, 2016
First in State: BMC to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

WBUR CommonHealth - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center Launches First Comprehensive Transgender Medical Center In Northeast

NECN - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center to Become 1st Hospital in Massachusetts to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

Boston.com - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center Will Be the First Mass. Hospital to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

Boston Business Journal - May 18, 2016
Boston Medical Center to Offer Transgender Surgery Starting this Summer

The Boston Globe - May 18, 2016
BMC to Offer Gender Reassignment Surgery

Boston Heald - May 15, 2016
Recovering Addict's Musical Hits Stage

Boston Herald - May 16, 2016
Homeless ER Visits Put 'Strain on System'

The Boston Globe - May 14, 2016
Police Officer Who Was Shot in Face Last Year Honored

HealthDay - May 12, 2016
Chronic Pain May Trigger Many Cases of Painkiller Addiction: Survey

Psych Central - May 12, 2016
Chronic Pain is a Big Factor Behind Drug Abuse

The New York Times - May 12, 2016
Till Wrinkles Do Us Part: Introducing the Brotox Groom

The Wall Street Journal - May 11, 2016
Prince's Death Spotlights Overdose Antidote Dilemma

Medical Daily - May 9, 2016
It's Not Always About Getting High: People Often Abuse Prescription Drugs, Alcohol To Deal With Chronic Pain

Boston.com - May 9, 2016
Boston Public Schools Will Host Two Water Safety Meetings for Families

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - May 9, 2016
Parents Demand Answers At BPS Meeting On Lead In Water

WBUR CommonHealth - May 9, 2016
Policies For Transgender High School Athletes Vary From State To State

Boston.com - May 7, 2016
5 Tips for Healthy Cooking this Spring

America's Essential Hospitals - May 6, 2016
Hospital Helps Low-Income Families Receive Tax Credits

The Boston Globe - May 6, 2016
Interpreter Speaks the Language of Medicine

The Boston Globe - May 6, 2016
Common App Needed for MassHealth and SNAP

Boston Herald - May 6, 2016
Most Docs Don't Check Database for Abusers

National Public Radio - May 5, 2016
In Prince's Age Group, Risk Of Opioid Overdose Climbs

Bisnow - May 5, 2016
Why Boston's a Leader in Construction Innovation

BU Today - May 5, 2016
Longtime MED Mainstay Richard Egdahl Dies at 89

Boston.com - May 3, 2016
Breaking Down Language Barriers in Healthcare Setting

Becker's Hospital Review - May 3, 2016
3 CNOs on How the ACA Changed Their Jobs

The Northwest Indiana Times - May 3, 2016
Boston Pediatrician in Gary: Collaborate to Prevent Childhood Trauma

MedPage Today - May 1, 2016
Parents at Bedside May Boost Outcomes for NAS Babies

Boson.com - May 1, 2016
This Nurse Travels Around Boston Making Sure the Elderly Can Stay in their Homes

Chicago Tribune - April 30, 2016
Prevention Focus of Child Abuse Forum

Healio.com - April 30, 2016
Maternal Presence During NAS Treatment Decreased Withdrawal Severity

Healio.com - April 29, 2016
Hospitalization Costs, Readmissions Greater Among Rural Children

Becker's Hospital Review - April 29, 2016
Boston Medical Center, Baystate Health Improve Pediatric Care Coordination: 3 Results

The Columbus Dispatch - April 29, 2016
Children Who Survived Piketon Tragedy Will Need Support, Guidance, Officials Say

Wicked Local Weymouth - April 28, 2016
Weymouth Teacher Raises 6K for Boston Medical Center at Marathon

U.S. News & World Report - April 26, 2016
Do You Need a Vaccination for Your Next Trip?

The Columbus Dispatch - April 24, 2016
Medication Gives Opioid Addicts Fighting Chance to Quit

The Boston Globe - April 22, 2016
Rocky Resettlement in Mass. for Iraqi Refugees

FoxNews.com - April 22, 2016
Awaiting Prince's Autopsy Results: Experts Say Flu, Opioid Use Can Be Deadly Combination

The Beacon Hill Times - April 22, 2016
Brownies and Refugees: A Partnership Begins to Take Root

Health Facilities Management - April 21, 2016
Mobile First, Patient First

SheKnows.com - April 20, 2016
Do You Really Need Different Sunscreens for Your Body and Face?

Prevention.com - April 19, 2016
8 Things You Don't Know About GERD

WHDH Channel 7 News - April 18, 2016
Jeff Bauman, Jake Gyllenhaal Discuss Marathon Bombing-Inspired Movie

WCVB Channel 5 - April 18, 2016
Boston Marathon Charities: What Motivates Runners

People.com - April 18, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal and Boston Bombing Survivor Jeff Bauman Throw Out First Pitch at Fenway Park

New York Daily News - April 18, 2016
Mark Wahlberg Films Scenes at Boston Marathon Finish Line as Jake Gyllenhaal Joins Bombing Survivor at Fenway Park

ESPN.com - April 18, 2016
Pressure to Play Jeff Bauman Doesn't Faze Jake Gyllenhaal

WPRI.com (via AP News) - April 18, 2016
Fast Times, $16M for Charity: Boston Marathon Things to Know

WFXT Fox 25 - April 18, 2016
Jeff Bauman, Jake Gyllenhaal Speak at Pre-Marathon Dinner

Boston Magazine - April 18, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeff Bauman Spoke at Pre-Marathon Dinner in Boston

Boston Herald - April 18, 2016
Jeff Bauman and Jake Gyllenhaal Bond over Bauman Film

The Boston Globe - April 18, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeff Bauman Urge on Marathon Runners

WHDH Channel 7 News - April 17, 2016
Boston Celebrates on Eve of Marathon

WCVB Channel 5 - April 17, 2016
Jeff Bauman, Jake Gyllenhaal Join Marathon Runners for Team Dinner before Patriots' Day

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - April 17, 2016
Jeff Bauman, Jake Gyllenhaal Speak At Pre-Marathon Dinner

NECN - April 17, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeff Bauman Speak Ahead of Marathon Monday

Boston.com - April 17, 2016
Why Jake Gyllenhaal Doesn't Mind the Pressure He Feels as He Plays Jeff Bauman

WCVB Channel 5 - April 15, 2016
Father, Son Raise Thousands for Local Hospital after Marathon Bombings

WHDH Channel 7 News - April 15, 2016
Community Honors One Boston Day by Taking on Different Projects

Eagle-Tribune - April 15, 2016
Friends Share Boston Marathon Moments

Wicked Local Duxbury - April 15, 2016
Walpole Residents Gear Up for the Boston Marathon

Infection Control Today - April 14, 2016
New Antibiotic Stewardship Guidelines Focus on Practical Advice for Implementation

Becker's Hospital Review - April 14, 2016
Boston Medical Center Names Dr. Jason Hall Colon & Rectal Surgery Chief: 5 Notes

Boston Magazine - April 14, 2016
These Local Notables Are Running the Boston Marathon

Boston.com - April 14, 2016
A Tour Bus of Pets Will Be Parked in the South End Today and Tomorrow

Beacon Hill Times - April 14, 2016
Bringing the City to Life, One Baby at a Time

Medscape - April 14, 2016
IDSA/SHEA Guidelines on Antibiotic Stewardship Released

Wicked Local Lincoln - April 13, 2016
Lincoln Resident Appointed to Chief of Colon, Rectal Surgery at Dempsey Center

Boston Magazine - April 13, 2016
A Truckload of Pets Is Coming to Boston

Wicked Local Stoneham - April 12, 2016
First-Time Boston Marathoner Runs in Honor of Paralyzed Friend from Stoneham

Duluth News Tribune - April 12, 2016
HAIR LOSS HEARTBREAK: Women and Men Struggle with Emotional Toll of Alopecia Areata

The Daily Free Press - April 12, 2016
BUSM Professor Wins Innovative Teaching Award

Healio.com - April 2016
Despite Antibiotic Policies, Overuse Persists Across Continuum of Care

The Boston Globe Letters - April 10, 2016
Doctors Welcome Role in Talking About Guns in the Home

New Haven Register - April 9, 2016
Letter to the Editor: Don't Stigmatize 'Substance Use Disorders'

BU Today - April 8, 2016
SPH Dean's Symposium Tackles Health Rights of Prisoners, the Public

Wicked Local Westford - April 7, 2016
Food Bank Aims to Partner with Medical

The Landmark - April 6, 2016
Wachusett Area Organizations Celebrate a Landmark Year

Healio.com - April 6, 2016
Cognitive, Behavioral Deficits More Common in Preterm Boys vs. Girls

TechTarget - April 5, 2016
Internet of Things in Healthcare Keeps Patients Healthy, Safe

Becker's Hospital Review - April 4, 2016
Hospital and Health System Strategy 2016 — 8 Core Thoughts

Advancing Safety in Healthcare Technology - April 4, 2016
AAMI Announces 2016 Award Recipients

U.S. News & World Report - April 4, 2016
'Paleo' Diet May Help Older Women's Hearts, Waistlines

Wicked Local Duxbury - April 2, 2016
KEEPING FIT: Try a Combined Approach to Your Workout

People.com - April 1, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal Training Heavily for Boston Marathon Bombing Movie Stronger

The Bedford Bulletin - March 31, 2016
Teen's Senior Project Focuses on Disease that Claimed Her Dad

WWLP 22 News - March 31, 2016
Baker, Ireland Share Stories at Prostate Cancer Awareness Event

Boston Herald - March 31,2016
Boston Hospitals Differ on Reporting Missing Pills

SheKnows.com - March 30, 2016
How to Tell if Your Upset Stomach is Food Poisoning or the Flu

The New York Times - March 30, 2016
Checking on Bullying at the Doctor's Office

Medscape - March 29, 2016
Obesity Survey Uncovers Striking Clinician 'Knowledge Gap'

Healio.com - March 28, 2016
LARC Users Less Likely to Use Condoms

The Boston Globe - March 26, 2016
Schools Doing Drug Screenings Laud Benefits for Students

The Verge - March 25, 2016
How Drug Laws Aimed at Pregnant Women Penalize their Children

Wicked Local Brookline - March 25, 2016
Native Honored for Efforts Against Ebola

Men's Health - March 25, 2016
Can You Really Lose Weight—and Keep It Off—Using Sugar Substitutes?

Consumer Reports - March 25, 2016
5 Reasons You Should Never Take Thyroid Supplements

The Pew Charitable Trusts - March 25, 2016
Demand Surges for Addiction Treatment During Pregnancy

Self.com - March 24, 2016
8 Things You Need To Know About Inflammation And Anti-Inflammatory Diets

The Daily Free Press - March 24, 2016
LUNGevity Foundation Women Tackle Lung Cancer, Serve as Scientific Role Models

Healthcare Informatics - March 24, 2016
At Boston Medical Center, Using Analytics to Improve OR Efficiencies

The Martha's Vineyard - March 23, 2016
Times Narcan Available on Martha's Vineyard Without a Prescription

Boston Business Journal - March 23, 2016
Number of Newborns Addicted to Opioids Skyrockets in Massachusetts

National Public Radio - March 22, 2016
That Cabernet Might Not Be Good For Your Health After All

MobiHealthNews - March 22, 2016
Boston Medical Center Offers Sleepio App, Tracking Program to Employees

Live Science - March 22, 2016
Ovarian Cysts: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Live Science - March 22, 2016
Moderate Drinking Has No Health Benefits, Large Review of Studies Concludes

WHGH Channel 7 - March 21, 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeff Bauman to Serve as Co-Captains for BMC Marathon Team

WBZ-TV Channel 4 - March 21, 2016
Jeff Bauman, Jake Gyllenhaal Chosen As Co-Captains Of Boston Medical Center's Marathon Team

Boston Magazine - March 21, 2016
Boston Medical Center Names Jake Gyllenhaal Co-Captain for Marathon Team

The Boston Globe - March 21, 2016
Gyllenhaal, Bauman Honorary Co-Captains for BMC Marathon Team

Boston.com - March 21, 2016
Jeff Bauman and Jake Gyllenhaal are Honorary Co-Captains for a Boston Marathon Team

Another Mother Runner - March 21, 2016
Tell Me Tuesday: All About the Black Toenail

The Bedford Bulletin - March 21, 2016
Bedford Teen's Fight Against Amyloidosis is Personal

The Boston Globe - March 19, 2016
On the Front Line of the Fight for $15

WBUR CommonHealth - March 18, 2016
Even Before Pregnancy, Your Health Matters: Mom's Obesity Linked To Higher Risk Of Baby's Death

Healio.com - March 18, 2016
Younger Adults More Likely to Link to HCV Treatment vs. Older Adults

Boston Business Journal - March 18, 2016
BMC Insurer Decreases Massachusetts Footprint, But Not Employee Count

The Boston Globe - March 18, 2016
Medical Students Learn their Fate on Match Day

Boston Business Journal - March 18, 2016
NIH Breakdown: Massachusetts Research Grants Top $2.5B, Concentrate in Longwood Medical Area (Again)

FierceHealthcare - March 18, 2016
Hospital Discharges: 5 Strategies to Improve the Process and Cut Readmissions

AHC Media - March 18, 2016
Teens Aren't Completing HPV Vaccine Series — Research Tells Us Why

MD Magazine - March 18, 2016
Patients Continue to Receive Prescription Opioids Following Overdose

Wicked Local Brookline - March 17, 2016
The Fletcher School Honors Brookline Doctor

The Boston Globe - March 17, 2016
For Mass. Doctors, Drug Money Has Little Sway

Becker's Hospital Review - March 17, 2016
Boston Medical Center Bets Sleep App Will Improve Employee Productivity

Community Advocate - March 16, 2016
Genetic Diseases to be Discussed at Congregation B'nai Shalom

The Boston Globe - March 16, 2016
Boston Medical Center is Using an App to Help Employees Sleep — and Work — Better

Boston Business Journal - March 16, 2016
More Outpatient Surgeries at Boston Medical Center Lead to Increased Revenues

Pharmacy Times - March 15, 2016
Dispensing Meds Before Hospital Discharge May Reduce Readmissions

The Huffington Post - March 15, 2016
One Major Downside To IUD Use

Reuters - March 14, 2016
Girls on Most Effective Birth Control May Unwisely Skip Condoms

Healthday - March 14, 2016
Condom Use Falls When Teen Girls Opt for IUDs vs. The Pill

Becker's Hospital Review - March 11, 2016
S&P Revises Boston Medical Center's Outlook to Positive

Teen Vogue - March 11, 2016
7 Vital Facts You Need to Know About Toxic Shock Syndrome

The Boston Globe - March 11, 2016
Patients Looking for Pain Management Worry about Opioid Addiction

BU Today - March 11, 2016
Full Professorships for Eight on Medical Campus

Self.com - March 10, 2016
This Is What Actually Happens To Your Body When You Don't Get Enough Sleep

WCVB Channel 5 - March 9, 2016
Years After Delicate Heart Surgery, Teenager Continues to Thrive

Food Management - March 8, 2016
29 Massachusetts Hospitals Take Antibiotic-Free Pledge

WBUR CommonHealth - March 7, 2016
6 Ways For You To Start Comparing The Quality And Cost Of Mammograms

WBUR CommonHealth - March 7, 2016
Mammography Quality Comfort Measures

WFAE 90.7 (NPR Charlotte) - March 7, 2016
Affordable Housing In Charlotte

Rhode Island State Council of the Arts - March 7, 2016
Boston Medical Center and Rhode Island Hospital – Poster Contest

Healio.com - March 7, 2016
Patient, Care-Setting Characteristics Influence Acute Respiratory Tract Infection Prescriptions

NPR Goats and Soda - March 4, 2016
Zika Isn't The Only Outbreak; Nigeria Struggles To Rein In Lassa Fever

Becker's Hospital Review - March 3, 2016
Ravin Davidoff | 100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know 2016

Healio.com - March 3, 2016
Impact of Health Literacy Under-Recognized in Management of Patients with IBD

The Boston Globe - March 3, 2016
Chances Are, Boston Schools are Safe from Sugary Drinks

WBUR CommonHealth - March 3, 2016
Midwives Handle 16 Percent Of Mass. Births, And There's A Wide Range Among Hospitals

The Patriot Ledger - March 3, 2016
Hingham Family, Marathon Bomb Survivor to Hold Fundraiser

Hospitals & Health Newtorks - March 2, 2016
How Hospitals are Fighting on the Frontlines of the Opioid Crisis

Healio.com - March 2, 2016
Asthma Medications at Discharge May Prevent Future ED Visits

General Surgery News - March 1, 2016
Do Women Surgeons Really Get Paid Less Than Men?

The Boston Globe - March 1, 2016
Boston Hospitals Report Births of Leap Day Babies

Yale News - March 1, 2016
Testosterone Study Improves Sexual Function Without Weighing Risks

Entravision - Special Report: Dangerous Detoxification - Feb. 29, 2016
Part 1 & Part 2

Wicked Local Needham - Feb. 28, 2016
Needham Physician Honored by District Medical Society

The Boston Globe - Feb. 25, 2016
Community Gathers to Remember Dawnn Jaffier, Killed by Stray Bullet in 2014

Boston.com - Feb. 25, 2016
Would a Recreation of the Tsarnaev Shootout Traumatize Residents Who Lived Through It?

Medscape - Feb. 25, 2016
'Meds-in-Hand' Asthma Discharge Program a Success Story

NewsWorks.org - Feb. 25, 2016
Overdosed, Brought Back to Life by Narcan, but Now What?

BU Today - Feb. 25, 2016
BU Researchers Welcome Obama's Final Budget Proposals

Science World Report - Feb. 24, 2016
In-Hospital Medication Safer For Patient Than Filling A Prescription After

United Press International - Feb. 24, 2016
Giving Asthma Medication in Hospital Better than Prescription, Study

Wicked Local Allston-Brighton - Feb. 23, 2016
Allston Officials to Honor Gun Violence Victim

Healio.com - Feb. 23, 2016
Experts Call for Research, Physician Social Media Presence to Improve Quality of IBD-Related Information

CNN - Feb. 22, 2016
Cancer-Causing HPV Plummeted in Teens Since Vaccine, Study Finds

ACES Too High - Feb. 22, 2016
Boston's Architect of Community Well-Being: Pediatrician Renée Boynton-Jarrett

Massachusetts Medical Society - Feb. 22, 2016
Esther Valdez, M.D. is Honored by Suffolk District Medical Society as 2016 Community Clinician of the Year

Journal of Emergency Medicine Services - Feb. 21, 2016
Eagles Recognize EMS Medical Leaders with Special Achievements

The Huffington Post - Feb. 19, 2016
Sneak In the Veggies: Easy Steps to Kids of All Ages Eating Better

The Boston Globe, Letters - Feb. 19, 2016
After Surviving Overdose, There are Paths to Recovery

Wicked Local Millis - Feb. 18, 2016
Putting their Hearts into Screening

Philadelphia Daily News - Feb. 18, 2016
Testosterone Therapy Gets Mixed Report in Study

Medscape - Feb. 17, 2016
'Insufficient' Evidence to Support Widespread Autism Screening

YouthToday.org - Feb. 17, 2016
An Alternative to 'Just Say No'

WBUR CommonHealth - Feb. 17, 2016
How Community Health Workers Act As A 'Bridge' For Patients Needing Extra Help

The Boston Globe - Feb. 17, 2016
Retirements May Slow Mass. Economic Growth

WBUR CommonHealth - Feb. 16, 2016
Opinion: Let's Talk About Residents' Hours – And Their 'Scut' Work Too

Healio.com - February 2016
Antibiotic Overuse: A Multidisciplinary Concern

STAT News - Feb. 12, 2016
A Reality Check on Obama's Billion-Dollar Opioid Addiction Plan

Health IT Outcomes - Feb. 10, 2016
Redesigning Wireless For Success

Endocrinology Advisor - Feb. 10, 2016
New Dietary Guidelines Receive Support, but Also Spark Controversy

The Ecologist - Feb. 10, 2016
Hotter Planet Helping Spread of Zika Virus Mosquitos

CommonWealth Magazine - Feb. 9, 2016
A 10% Fare Hike for the T is Too Much

Advance Healthcare Network - Feb. 9, 2016
Surgeons Can Influence Smoking Cessation in Patients, Study Shows

BuzzFeed News - Feb. 8, 2016
Could This Opioid Implant Really End The Opioid Epidemic?

Boston.com - Feb. 7, 2016
Local Hospitals are Phasing Out Nurseries in Maternity Wards

The Boston Globe - Feb. 7, 2016
Maternity Wards are Moving Away from Nurseries

Boston Business Journal - Feb. 4, 2016
BU Created a New Sunscreen that Solves Vitamin D Problem

Medpage Today - Feb. 4, 2016
Registry: Stenting Only Culprit Lesions Risky

The Boston Globe - Feb. 4, 2016
Boston Newcomers Set for a Winter Welcome

WCVB Channel 5 - Feb. 4, 2016
Dozens of Sick Students, Staff Reported at 3 Boston Schools

Shape Magazine - Feb. 3, 2016
The New Sunscreen That Lets You Absorb Vitamin D

Yahoo! News - Feb. 2, 2016
Finally: A Sunscreen That Still Lets You Make Vitamin D

WBUR Radio Boston - Feb. 1, 2016
WHO Declares Emergency Over Microcephaly — Condition Possibly Linked To Zika Virus

Becker's Hospital Review - Feb. 1, 2016
Commonwealth Care Alliance Names CMO: 7 Things to Know

HealthDay - Jan. 29, 2016
Study Links Diabetes, Obesity in Moms-to-Be to Higher Autism Risk in Kids

Kaiser Health News - Jan. 29, 2016
Combined Effects Of Maternal Obesity, Diabetes 'Substantially' Raise Autism Risks

Harvard Health Blog - Jan. 28, 2016
Why are Doctors Writing Opioid Prescriptions — Even After an Overdose?

Boston Magazine - Jan. 27, 2016
Seven Nail Health Tips from a Dermatologist

Boston Business Journal - Jan. 26, 2016
First Look: Boston Medical Center's New Women and Infants Center

HealthLeaders Media - Jan. 26, 2016
Readmission-Reducing RED Protocol Adoption Lagging

CNN - Jan. 25, 2016
The Centenarian Tide is on the Rise

U.S. News & World Report - Jan. 22, 2016
Do You Need a Vaccination for Your Next Trip?

Healthcare Facilities Today - Jan. 22, 2016
Boston Medical Center's 208,000-Pound Bridge Installed in One Day

The Boston Globe - Jan. 22, 2016
We Can't Let Our Fear Dim the Beacon of Hope We Project to the World

Time - Jan. 22, 2016
Here's How People Die After Age 100

The Boston Globe - Jan. 22, 2016
Pregnant Travelers Urged to Stay Away from Countries with Zika

The Boston Globe - Jan. 22, 2016
Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis

WFXT Fox 25 - Jan. 21, 2016
Boston Medical Center Opening New Women and Infant's Center

Reuters - Jan. 21, 2016
Ranks of U.S. Centenarians Growing Rapidly: Report

The Huffington Post - Jan. 21, 2016
Report Finds Dramatic Increase In Number Of American Centenarians

NPR - Jan. 19, 2016
Has The World Learned The Wrong Lessons From The Ebola Outbreak?

MassLive - Jan. 19, 2016
Boston Exploring $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage, Mayor Martin Walsh Says in State of the City Address

Becker's Health IT & CIO Review - Jan. 19, 2016
Boston Medical Center CIO Arthur Harvey Talks Epic Go-Live, EHR Costs and the End of MU

Modern Healthcare - Jan. 18, 2016
Excellence in Nursing Awards 2016: An Early Evangelist for Treating Opioid Addiction

Boston Herald - Jan. 16, 2016
Norovirus Hits Area Early, Hard

Healio - Jan. 14, 2016
Most Patients Continue to Receive Prescribed Opioids After Overdose

WBUR / NPR - Jan. 13, 2016
91 Percent Of People Who Overdose On Opioids Are Able To Get Another Prescription

Medscape - Jan. 12, 2016
Neglect Referral a Red Flag in Children With Disabilities

The Boston Globe - Jan. 11, 2016
Volunteers Assure That Patients Don't Die Alone

MassLive - Jan. 8. 2016
Patriots' Jerod Mayo, Shake Shack Team Up for 'LineShacker' to Benefit Boston Medical Center

Fox News - Jan. 8, 2016
Pats LB Mayo Joins Shake Shack to Create 'LineShacker' for Good Cause

The Boston Globe - Jan. 7, 2016
State Acts on Simultaneous Surgeries

Healio Orthopedics Today - January 2016
Functional Outcomes, Time to Union in Tibial Fractures Not Improved with LIPUS

The Boston Globe - Jan. 7, 2016
Which Hospitals Pay the Highest Starting Wages?

Business Insider - Jan. 6, 2016
A Doctor Explains Why a Woman Would Use the Kind of Growth Hormone Linked to Sports Doping Scandals

Boston.com - Jan. 5, 2016
Jerod Mayo Helped Make a Milkshake that Will Benefit the Boston Medical Center

The Atlantic - Jan. 5, 2016
It's Easy to Get Opioid Prescriptions After an Overdose

Reuters - Jan. 5, 2016
Rumor of Neglect Ups Risk of Later Maltreatment for Kids

NECN - Jan. 4, 2016
Broadside: Can You Reverse Aging?

New Boston Post - Jan. 4, 2016
Jerod Mayo's Brand of Frozen Treat Will Help Boston Hospital

The Wall Street Journal - Jan. 3, 2016
At the Hospital, Better Responses to Those Beeping Alarms

Healthline - Jan. 2, 2016
The Skinny on Soda Taxes

2015

Shape Magazine - Dec. 30, 2015
The 10 Rules of Weight Loss That Lasts

The Today Show - Dec. 30, 2015
What Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Is, and How It's Used Legitimately

STAT News - Dec. 30, 2015
With Pen and Paper, a Pediatrician Coaxes Smiles from Anxious Patients

Boston.com - Dec. 29, 2015
Most Patients Still Given Prescriptions for Opioids After Nonfatal Opioid Overdoses, Study Finds

U.S. News and World Report - Dec. 29, 2015
Health Buzz: Opioids Still Prescribed to Those Who Overdose

Medscape - Dec. 29, 2015
Nonfatal Opioid Overdose No Bar to Further Prescriptions

Boston Business Journal - Dec. 29, 2015
BMC Researchers Take on Opioid Crisis

Reuters - Dec. 29, 2015
Many Continue to Receive Opioid Prescriptions After Overdose

CBS News - Dec. 28, 2015
After Painkiller Overdoses, Patients Continue to Get Drugs

Medical Construction & Design - Dec. 28, 2015
Framework Raised for New Boston Medical Center-Menino Bridge

Forbes - Dec. 28, 2015
Should Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Include Opioid Overdoses?

The Boston Globe - Dec. 28, 2015
Twin Boosts for Low-Income Workers on Jan. 1

BuzzFeed News - Dec. 28, 2015
After Overdose, Almost All Pain Patients Keep Their Opioid Prescriptions, Study Finds

The Boston Globe - Dec. 28, 2015
Most Who OD on Opioids are Able to Get New Prescriptions

New England Public Radio - Dec. 24, 2015
Two Boston Hospitals To Raise Minimum Starting Wage, Union Official Says Others Should Follow Suit

The Huffington Post - Dec. 23, 2015
Expert Travel Tips to Keep Kids Healthy, Safe, and Occupied

Associated Press / Fox News - Dec. 23, 2015
Program offers special help for Massachusetts family of special-needs kids

Metro Boston - Dec. 23, 2015
Tufts, Boston Medical Center workers to get $15 minimum wage

MassLive - Dec. 23, 2015
Boston, Tufts medical centers raise starting pay to $15 an hour

The Boston Globe - Dec. 23, 2015
Jerod Mayo, Joanne Chang Team Up to Help Young Patients

Boston Herald - Dec. 23, 2015
BMC Adopts Starting Wage of $15

Boston Business Journal - Dec. 22, 2015
Boston Medical Center, Tufts Giving Employees $15 Starting Wage

Boston.com - Dec. 22, 2015
Boston Medical Center Will Raise Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

The Boston Globe - Dec. 22, 2015
Boston, Tufts Medical Centers to Raise Starting Wage

Pain Medicine News - Dec. 22, 2015
Safe Opioid Prescribing: An Expert Q&A

WHGH Channel 7 - Dec. 21, 2015
Patriots' Lineback Jerod Mayo Delivers Gifts to Patients at Boston Medical Center

The Improper Bostonian - Dec. 21, 2015
Great Hopes: Missives from the Jet Set

Boston Herald - Dec. 20, 2015
Hub Athletes Are Good Sports During Holidays

The Boston Globe - Dec. 18, 2015
After Spasm of Violence, Residents of South End March for Peace

Business insider - Dec. 17, 2015
Scientists are Cracking the Genetic Secrets of Really Old People

BU Today - Dec. 17, 2015
Muslims Embraced at BU, Bothered by Social Media - Medical Campus Diversity Panel Addresses Misconceptions, Concerns

The Boston Globe - Dec. 17, 2015
South End Residents Want Greater Police Presence

Becker's Hospital Review - Dec. 16, 2015
Do Not Resuscitate Orders Impact Hospital Rankings, Study Finds

PBS Newshour - Dec. 16, 2015
The Dangers of Texting While Parenting

The Boston Globe - Dec. 16, 2015
Celtics Players Show Their Holiday Spirit

MSN Health - Dec. 14, 2015
The Ultimate Transformation: Meet the Trans Men Who Are Redefining Their Lives Through Fitness

The Boston Globe - Dec. 14, 2015
Doctors in Training Gain Access to Prescription Database

Healthcare Business & Technology - Dec. 11, 2015
Hospitals Work to Stop Food Insecurity in Patients

America's Essential Hospitals - Dec. 11, 2015
BMC Explores Virtual World for Diabetes Education

ScienceMag.org - December 2015
The M.D.-Ph.D. Double Agent

mHealthIntelligence - Dec. 10, 2015
Making mHealth Outreach Work for the Patient

The Boston Globe - Dec. 10, 2015
Holiday Visits

Healio.com - Dec. 8, 2015
Early Administration of Antibiotics Helps Prevent Severe Lower Respiratory Infection in Children

ABC News - Dec. 8, 2015
Watch Out! Visual Concentration Can Leave You Temporarily 'Deaf

The Boston Globe - Dec. 8, 2015
A Glaring Omission in State's Health Funding

U.S. News & World Report - Dec. 8, 2015
Some Hospitals Prescribe Food, Take Other Steps to Fight Food Insecurity

Boston Business Journal - Dec. 7, 2015
MIT-Born Health Startup Launches with $7M in Funding

The Huffington Post - Dec. 7, 2015
The New York Times Is Right About Assault Weapons

Wicked Local Saugus - Dec. 5, 2015
Boston Medical Center Backpack Project to Collect Donations in Saugus

Oncology Nurse Advisor - Dec. 4, 2015
Incidence of Undetected Cancer in Patients Undergoing Gynecologic Surgery for a Benign Condition Higher Than Estimated

Boston Business Journal - Dec. 4, 2015
Hypertension App out of BU Comes with a Human Coach

Becker's Hospital Review - Dec. 3, 2015
On the Record: 50 Best Healthcare Quotes of 2015

WCVB Channel 5 - Dec. 2, 2015
Botched French Surgery Fixed in Boston

WBZ-TV 4 - Dec. 2, 2015
Mass. State Police Monitoring Developments After California Shooting

Becker's Hospital Rweview - Dec. 1, 2015
20 Healthcare CEOs Name the Event that Fascinated Them Most

BU Today - Dec. 1, 2015
MED's Bauchner Elected to National Academy of Medicine

Outpatient Surgery - Nov. 30, 2015
Is Power Morcellation a Bigger Problem Than We Thought?

Boston Business Journal - Nov. 30, 2015
In a First, Boston MedFlight to Use GPS to Land at Boston Hospitals

The Wall Street Journal - Nov. 30, 2015
What Patients Need to Remember After Leaving the Hospital

WBZ-TV 4 - Nov. 30, 2015
Boston Medical Center Program Breaks The Cycle Of Violence

The Boston Globe - Nov. 30, 2015
Medical Residents Seek to Access Prescription Data

Boston Business Journal - Nov. 27, 2015
FOCUS: State of Flux — Mass. Medicaid Insurers Report Improvements, Although More Financial Concerns Are on the Horizon

WCVB Channel 5 - Nov. 26, 2015
Food Pantry Assembles Meals with Special Dietary, Medical Needs in Mind

Boston.com - Nov. 26, 2015
Why Boston Medical Center is Prescribing Thanksgiving Dinner

Boston Herald - Nov. 26, 2015
Massachusetts Foundation Commits $500,000 to Hunger Relief

The Boston Globe, Letters - Nov. 25, 2015
Refugees Rise Above Trauma They've Suffered — Can't We Rise Above Our Fears?

The Boston Globe - Nov. 25, 2015
Grow Clinic Benefit Has a Healthy Turnout

The Huffington Post - Nov. 24, 2015
The Hidden Costs of Hunger We All Pay For

American Cancer Society - Nov. 20, 2015
5 Questions with HPV Researcher Rebecca Perkins, MD

WGBH News - Nov. 23, 2015
Paris Attacks Boston Marathon Bombings: Diverging Strategies For First Responders

Boston Magazine - Dec. 2015
The Hospital Will See You Now

BU Today - Nov. 23, 2015
At BMC, Food Is Medicine

Ecancer News - Nov. 20, 2015
Risk of Undetected Cancer in Gynecologic Surgery Higher than Previously Thought

WBUR CommonHealth - Nov. 20, 2015
Sundowning: Why Hospital Staffs Dread Nightfall, And How To Help Seniors Avoid It

WBUR CommonHealth - Nov. 19, 2015
Study: Risk Of Hidden Cancer In Gynecologic Surgery Higher Than Previously Thought

Advance for Nurses - Nov. 19, 2015
Emergency Preparedness in Hospital Settings

MedPage Today - Nov. 18, 2015
Antibiotic Reduces Severe Lung Illness in At-Risk Kids

Medscape - Nov. 18, 2015
Early Azithromycin Reduces Severe Respiratory Tract Infections

Becker's Hospital Review - Nov. 16, 2015
130 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know | 2015

Forbes.com - Nov. 15, 2015
While Mourning Paris And Beirut, Look Out For Yourself Too

Ageist Beauty - Nov. 13, 2015
Ask the Expert: Hand Augmentation

Houston Style Magazine - Nov. 12, 2015
Changing the Conversation About Early Childhood Development

The Boston Globe - Nov. 11, 2015
Insurers Tackling Opioid Crisis with Support for Addicts

WebMD - Nov. 11, 2015
Screen Time: Parents, It's Your Turn

WGBH News - Nov. 9, 2015
Sheriff Warns That New White House Drug Policy Could Be Boon To Prison Suboxone Smuggling

New Hampshire Public Radio - Nov. 9, 2015
New Hampshire's Lead Poisoning Problem

WGBH News - Nov. 9, 2015
Suboxone: A Miracle Drug Or Merely A Step In The Right Direction?

The Boston Globe - Nov. 9, 2015
New Course of Treatment Brings Therapy to the Great Outdoors

The Boston Globe - Nov. 9, 2015
Children of Same-Sex Parents Fare as Well as Others, Studies Say

New England Public Radio - Nov. 7, 2015
Sierra Leone May Be Ebola-Free But The Virus Still Casts A Shadow

Modern Healthcare - Nov. 7, 2015
Outsourcing Medical Staffing: Hospitals Turn to Managed Service Providers to Handle All Temporary Staffing Chores

The South End News - Nov. 5, 2015
BMC Receives Award to Study Diabetes Via Virtual World

Oncology Nurse Advisor - Nov. 5, 2015
Cell-Based Regenerative Therapy May Restore Thyroid Function After Cancer Surgery

Endocrinology Advisor - Nov. 5, 2015
Sleep Loss May Significantly Affect Insulin Sensitivity

WBUR CommonHealth - Nov. 4, 2015
Beyond Medicine: The Road From Health Insurance to Health

AP News - Nov. 4, 2015
Recovery After Overdoses: Stopping Heroin's 'Revolving Door'

MD Magazine - Nov. 3, 2015
Treating Substance Abuse and Addiction in HIV Patients

General Surgery News - Nov. 2015
What's the Optimal Treatment for Traumatic Hemorrhage?

Modern Healthcare - Oct. 31, 2015
Health Systems Use More LGBT Imagery in Marketing

Wicked Local Allston-Brighton - Oct. 30, 2015
West Roxbury Woman Honored for Work with Children

EastBoston.com - Oct. 29, 2015
East Boston Resident Named One of Ten 'Outstanding Young Leaders' by Boston Chamber of Commerce

Boston Magazine - Oct. 28, 2015
Boston Medical Center Receives $1 Million Grant to Improve HPV Vaccination

Medscape - Oct. 28, 2015
World Class Emergency Response in Boston Marathon Bombing

Boston.com - Oct. 28, 2015
Boston Medical Center Awarded Grant to Improve HPV Vaccination Rates Through Provider Education

Boston Business Journal - Oct. 27, 2015
BMC Moving 800 Employees to Charlestown

The Boston Globe - Oct. 27, 2015
Boston Medical Center Moving 800 Jobs to Charlestown

The Boston Globe - Oct. 27, 2015
New Federal Data Indicate Mass. Has a Fentanyl Problem

WGBH News - Oct. 27, 2015
How Prepared Is Boston For The Next Outbreak?

WHDH 7 News - Oct. 26, 2015
Nurse Saves MBTA Driver Who Has Seizure on the Road

The Boston Globe - Oct. 23, 2015
Second Life Shows New Promise as Virtual Forum for Diabetes Education

WBUR CommonHealth - Oct. 23, 2015
Killed In A Bike Crash, Scientist's Thyroid Stem Cell Work Lives On

The Boston Globe - Oct. 23, 2015
2015 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts

The Bay State Banner - Oct. 22, 2015
City Needs Sustainable, Unified Psychological Trauma Response System

The Dorchester Reporter - Oct. 22, 2015
Breast Cancer Survivor Stresses Need for Mammograms

The Daily Free Press - Oct. 21, 2015
BU Professor Chosen to Assist with 2020 Census

Mass Live - Oct. 20, 2015
Bill Would Help Poor Children Access Welfare Benefits

Dermatology Times - Oct. 19, 2015
Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Reuters - Oct. 16, 2015
'Selfie Zones,' Misting Towers Might Reduce Scenic-Spot Drownings

WWMT-TV - Oct. 17, 2015
New Technology, Research Creating New Interest in Neurofeedback

New England Public Radio - Oct. 16, 2015
Mass. Vaccination Rates High, But Some Areas At Risk

Forbes.com - Oct. 16, 2015
The Top Employers Hiring In 25 Major Metro Areas

BU Today - Oct. 16, 2015
Shining a Spotlight on Europe's Refugee Crisis

South End News - Oct. 15, 2015
Fall Fête Raises $100,000

The Salem News - Oct. 15, 2015
One Year Later

TOADY - Oct. 12, 2015
'Like Winning the Lottery': Genes Can Protect Centenarians Despite Bad Habits

HealthDay - Oct. 10, 2015
New Clues to How Gene Affects Women's Body Shape, Diabetes Risk

The Taunton Gazette - Oct. 9, 2015
Lessons Learned from Boston Marathon Bombing Go Beyond that Fateful Day for One Doctor

Boston Magazine - Oct. 8, 2015
Lend a Helping Hand at These Local Health Organizations

The Boston Globe - Oct. 8, 2015
Gene Studies Shed Light on Women's Reproductive Health

Live Science - Oct. 6, 2015
Sizzling Longevity: World's Oldest Person Eats Bacon Daily

The Boston Globe - Oct. 6, 2015
Can Mass. Do Health Care Better, Cheaper, and More Efficiently?

WFAA-TV ABC 6 - Oct. 6, 2015
Transgender Patients One Focus of Dallas Surgery Conference

CNN - Oct. 5, 2015
Brain Training to Help with Anxiety and ADHD

Sentinel & Enterprise - Oct. 4, 2015
'Motivational Interviewing' Has Been Key to Abuse Fight

New England Real Estate Journal - Oct. 2, 2015
Boston Medical Center's Yawkey Pavilion

The Boston Globe - Oct. 2, 2015
Support Those Who Are Working to Reach and Protect Kids

Boston.com - Oct. 1, 2015
Life in the First Year of an Alopecia Areata Diagnosis

Boston Heald - Oct. 1, 2015
Philips, MIT to Brainstorm New Tech to Diagnose Head Injuries

Boston Magazine - Oct. 2015
The Power of Ideas: Traci Green

The Boston Globe - Sept. 30, 2015
Philips Opens Cambridge Office, Partners with MIT to Study Brain Injuries

Latinos Health - Sept. 30, 2015
HIV AIDS Cure, Symptoms & Treatment: Addiction Therapy Lowers Substance Abuse Among Infected Patients, Study Reveals

WNPR.org - Sept. 29, 2015
House Calls To The Homeless: A Doctor Treats Boston's Most Isolated Patients

The Boston Globe - Sept. 29, 2015
Jerod Mayo, Friends Bowl 'em Over for a Good Cause

Boston Herlad - Sept. 29, 2015
Social Studies: Mayo Bowl Bash

WBUR CommonHealth - Sept. 28, 2015
'Dealing With The Immediate Crisis': What It's Like For EMTs Responding To Overdose

The Wall Street Journal - Sept. 26, 2015
Do Waist Trainers Work?

The Boston Globe - Sept. 25, 2015
To Combat Drug Abuse, Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet

NECN - Sept. 24, 2015
Alcohol Tax Plan Roils Boston

WBZ-TV 4 - Sept. 24, 2015
Boston Human Rights Center Could Help Take In Syrian Refugees

Healthcare Facilities Today - Sept. 23, 2015
Boston Safety Net Hospital Aims to Become City's Greenest

Medscape - Sept. 23, 2015
SCD: Algorithm Improves Veno-occlusive Episode Care in Kids

The Boston Globe Opinion - Sept. 21, 2015
Planned Parenthood's Vital Role in Health Care

The Boston Globe - Sept. 18, 2015
Boston Medical Center Aims to Become City's 'Greenest' Hospital

NBC 10 News - Sept. 16, 2015
Health Check: Treating Man's Mystery Illness

WBZ-TV 4 - Sept. 15, 2015
Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club Delivers Spark To Kids In Need

NBC 10 News - Sept. 15, 2015
Health Check: Fighting the Opioid Crisis

The Boston Globe Letters - Sept. 14, 2015
Some May Bristle, but R.I. Vaccine Mandate is a Dose of Good Sense

WCVB Channel 5 - Sept. 9, 2015
Teen Travels to Boston After Failed Surgery in Native France

The Boston Globe - Sept. 8, 2015
Jews Take Seriously the Mitzvah of Feeding the Poor

Boston.com - Sept. 5, 2015
Behind the Characters of King Richard's Faire

The Boston Globe - Sept. 3, 2015
Rising Costs, Changing Payments Driving Hospital Mergers

The Washington Post - Sept. 3, 2015
U.S. Moves to Protect Women, Transgender People in Health Care

The Boston Globe - Sept. 2, 2015
Caring for the Caregivers

Rolling Stone Magazine - Sept. 2, 2015
Kenny Chesney on Life Post-'Revival': 'There's This Double-Edged Sword'

Boston Magazine - Sept. 1, 2015
What's For Breakfast? Three Health Pros Share Their Morning Meal

The Boston Globe - Aug. 31, 2015
Settlement Will Make Narcan More Affordable, Mass. AG Says

The Boston Globe - Aug. 28, 2015
Kenny Chesney Meets with Marathon Bombing Survivors at BMC

U.S. News & World Report - Aug. 26, 2015
The New Obesity Drugs: an Rx for Weight Loss?

The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Aug. 26, 2015
Boston Physician Starts Campaign for Ebola Health Workers

Becker's Hospital Review - Aug. 26, 2015
Boston Medical Center CEO Kate Walsh On Her Best Boss and Cure for Busyness

The Boston Globe Opinion - Aug. 25, 2015
Bicycle Safety in Boston is a Public Health Issue

The Boston Globe - Aug. 22, 2015
Kenny Chesney Cherishes His Ties to Boston

WCVB Channel 5 - Aug. 21, 2015
Living to 100

The Boston Globe - Aug. 21, 2015
Salt vs. Sugar, a Nutrition Battle Royale

Boston Business Journal - Aug. 21, 2015
How One Boston Doctor is Broadening Access to Transgender Care

Boston Business Journal - Aug. 21, 2015
Outside the Box: Susan Coakley of HealthNet Plan

Boston Herald - Aug. 21, 2015
New Hope for Obesity Fight

The Boston Globe Editorial - Aug. 20, 2015
Stocking Overdose Drug in Schools Could Save Lives

HealthTrust - Aug. 19, 2015
HealthTrust Awards Boston Medical Center Innovation Grant During Annual Member Conference

WBUR CommonHealth - Aug. 19, 2015
Possible Key To Weight Loss? Researchers Find 'Master Switch' To Crank Up Fat-Burning

Boston Business Journal - Aug. 19, 2015
For CEOs at Top Massachusetts Hospitals, $2M a Year is the New Normal (BBJ Photo Gallery)

The Boston Globe - Aug. 18, 2015
Pay Continues to Rise For CEOs of Major Hospitals

Boston Magazine - Aug. 17, 2015
Boston Medical Center to Pilot an Opioid Abuse Prevention Program

The Boston Globe - Aug. 17, 2015
AG's Opioid Proposal Targets Fentanyl Trafficking

The Bay State Banner - Aug. 12, 2015
What School? There's Still Time to Enjoy Safe Summer Fun

Medscape - Aug. 10, 2015
New HCV Drugs Cost-effective but Costly: Now What?

HealthLeaders Media - Aug. 10, 2015
CFO Exchange: 5 Big Finance Leader Concerns

The Boston Globe - Aug. 9, 2015
Statement on the Death of Anita Kurmann From Lab Director

The Providence Journal - Aug. 7, 2015
Boston Hospital to Help R.I., Mass Pharmacies Increase Distribution of Overdose Medication

Boston Herald - Aug. 7, 2015
CVS, BMC Team Up to Study Narcan Rx

Rhode Island Public Radio - Aug. 6, 2015
Can Pharmacies Help Reduce Overdose Deaths?

Mass Live -Aug. 6, 2015
Commission to Seek Painkillers More Resistant to Abuse in Face of Addiction Crisis

TODAY Parents - Aug. 6, 2015
How Cell Phones Are Affecting Families — and What To Do About It

Live Science - Aug. 5, 2015
'Mega-Giant' Aneurysm Removed from Man's Brain

WBUR CommonHealth - July 30, 2015
New Moms Cite Lack Of Advice From Docs On Key Issues: Sleeping, Breastfeeding

Boston Business Journal - July 30, 2015
BBJ's 2015 Healthcare Heroes Award Recipients Announced

MSN.com - July 29, 2015
10 Uncomfortable Truths About the Midlife Crisis

Becker's Hospital Review - July 29, 2015
Boston Medical Center Appoints 2 New Executives: 8 Things to Know

The Boston Globe - July 29, 2015
All About That Look: Dr. Waleed Ezzat

The Boston Globe - July 29, 2015
Sustaining the Achievements of Medicaid

Boston Business Journal - July 28, 2015
Meet Dr. Thea James, Boston Medical Center's New Executive On a Mission

Yahoo Parenting - July 27, 2015
What Doctors Aren't Telling New Moms

Reuters Health - July 27, 2015
Not All New Mothers in U.S. Get Advice on Breastfeeding, Infant Care: Survey

The Washington Post - July 27, 2015
Many New Mothers Don't Receive Advice on Infant Care from Doctors, Survey Finds

Boston Business Journal - July 24, 2015
Boston Children's Hospital Eyes Affiliations with Lahey, Boston Medical Center

The Boston Globe - July 23, 2015
Putting the Primary in Primary Care

WBUR Radio Boston - July 22, 2015
Could Screening Students For Drug Use Curb The Opiate Addiction Crisis?

Wicked Local Lexington - July 22, 2015
Lexington Resident Named Senior VP at Boston Medical Center

The Boston Globe - July 22, 2015
State Fails to Meet Guidelines on Lead in Homes

Boston Herald - July 20, 2015
Bikers Ride For A Cause

Becker's Hospital Review - July 17, 2015
Alastair Bell | 25 Healthcare Leaders Under 40 | 2015

WBUR CommonHealth - July 17, 2015
Happy 100 To You, And You — Centenarians Multiply, At Forefront Of Age Wave

The Improper Bostonian - July 17, 2015
Model Patients: Missives from the Jet Set

The Boston Globe - July 16, 2015
At 100 Years Old (Or More), They Have Some Advice

HealthDay - July 16, 2015
Most Obese People Will Never Reach Normal Weight: Study

MSN.com - July 14, 2015
5 Myths About Vitamin D You Keep Believing

Boston Magazine - July 14, 2015
Save My Life: Boston Trauma to Premiere This Weekend

The Boston Globe - July 14, 2015
Luckily, Team Players Abound

Boston Business Journal - July 13, 2015
Are New Hepatitis C Drugs Worth the Money? A Boston Doctor Says Yes

Bloomberg Business News - July 13, 2015
Gilead Pills Priced at $1,000 a Day Are Found Cost-Effective

The New York Times - July 13, 2015
How to Cut Children's Screen Time? Say No to Yourself First.

MedCity News - July 9, 2015
2 New Reality TV Shows Highlighting Healthcare Professionals in Boston Are Set to Debut on ABC

WCVB Channel 5 - July 8, 2015
BMC Program Makes Hospital Visits Less Stressful for Kids

The Boston Globe - July 5, 2015
Dr. David Seldin, 58; led Amyloidosis Center at BU

The Boston Globe - July 3, 2015
Spike in Crime Often Accompanies Fourth of July

The Boston Globe - July 1, 2015
Providers Should Get Diverse, but Overlapping, Training

The Boston Globe Letters - July 1, 2015
We Must Be Sure to Keep Primary Care Path Well Tended

Boston Magazine - July 2015
Baby Buzz: Why Are Boston Tots Drinking So Much Coffee?

Boston Magazine - June 30, 2015
A Boston Doctor Is Raising Money to Compensate Unpaid Ebola Workers

WBZ-TV 4 - June 29, 2015
ADHD Online Application Proves Helpful To Doctors

The Boston Globe - June 28, 2015
Fashionable Fund-Raiser for Boston Medical Center

The Boston Globe - June 28, 2015
A BMC Doctor's Work in Wellness Extends Beyond Office Hours

The Boston Globe - June 28, 2015
Hospitals Adapt as Opioid Epidemic Hits Infant Victims

International Business Times - June 27, 2015
Ebola Rapid Test Kit Finds No Takers Despite Approvals

Bostonb Magazine - June 26, 2015
Study Suggests Strict Adult Alcohol Policies Reduce Underage Drinking

BU Today - June 25, 2015
Detecting Lung Cancer Early

Health Affairs Blog - June 24, 2015
The Call To A New Kind Of Care: Integrative Medicine Group Visits Offer Promise In The Treatment Of Chronic Pain And Depression

HealthDay - June 23, 2015
Many Hospital Patients Not Asked About Supplements: Study

BostInno - June 22, 2015
BostInno Approved: What To Do This Week 6/22/2015

Cape Cod Times - June 22, 2015
Measles Diagnosed in Child Visiting Island

Wicked Local Melrose - June 22, 2015
Melrosian Set To Hit The Catwalk

The Boston Globe - June 21, 2015
Healthy Food Advocate Promotes Nutritious Choices

The Boston Globe - June 21, 2015
Running a Hospital is a Woman's Job

Daily Mail - June 19, 2015
World's Oldest Person, 115, is Brooklynite Who Eats Four Strips of Bacon Every Morning and Likes to Wear 'Fancy' Lacy Lingerie

Time - June 18, 2015
Meet the New World's Oldest Person

WCVB Channel 5 - June 18, 2015
Experts Want Expansion of Narcan Education, Distribution

America's Essential Hospital's - June 18, 2015
Chefs and Hospitals: Unlikely Allies in Fight against Food Insecurity

The Boston Globe - June 18, 2015
How Does Xinning Li Take His Coffee?

WCVB Channel 5 - June 17, 2015
County Jail Distributes Opioid Blocker to Help Inmates Battle Addiction

WCVB Channel 5 - June 17, 2015
'We're at War, and We're Losing,' Addict Says of Opioid Crisis

The Boston Globe - June 16, 2015
Hospitals to Launch Web Portal to Build Alliances with Industry

Boston Business Journal - June 16, 2016
Wanted: Foreign Life Science Firms to Partner with Local Hospitals

The Boston Globe - June 16, 2015
Boston Sees Drop in Homicides, But Rise in Shootings

WBUR CommonHealth - June 16, 2015
I Bought Narcan, And Here's What I Learned

Consumer Reports - June 2015
Can Anti-Aging Smart Drugs Boost Your Brainpower?

The Boston Globe - June 15, 2015
Minimize Summer Vacation Stress

Education Week - June 12, 2015
Tighter Alcohol Laws Reduce Odds of Underage Drinking, Study Finds

Boston Business Journal - June 11, 2015
People on the Move: Dr. Sean Palfrey

Business Insider - June 11, 2015
These 7 Small Changes Could Add 12 Years To My Life

The Boston Globe - June 11, 2015
TV Confessions

Nutritional Outlook - June 9, 2015
Communication Failure About Supplement Use Between Patients and Physicians?

U.S. News & World Report - June 8, 2015
The Secret Lives of Supercentenarians

Yahoo! Health - June 8, 2015
Why Are The Oldest People Alive Usually Women?

The Boston Globe - June 8, 2015
Tightening Labor Market Tilts in Mass. Workers' Favor

The Boston Globe - June 8, 2015
Boston Medical Program Offers Bilingual Healing

Boston Metro - June 5, 2015
HPV-Related Throat Cancer: What You Need to Know

Boston Herald - June 5, 2015
Blood Test Could Offer Early Detection On Up to 1,000 Viruses

The Dorchester Reporter - June 4, 2015
Council Hears Case for Booze Tax to Aid Recovery Efforts

University Herald - June 2, 2015
Stricter Alcohol Laws May Reduce Teen Drinking

HealthDay - June 1, 2015
Tougher Alcohol Laws for Adults May Also Lower Teen Drinking

The Boston Globe - May 31, 2015
Despite Scholar Athletes Program, Boston Still Fails Student Athletes

MarketWatch - May 31, 2015
10 Uncomfortable Truths About the Midlife Crisis

Yahoo! News - May 28, 2015
This Weight Loss Jedi Mind Trick Is the Opposite of 'Dieting'

Business Insider - May 27, 2015
A Boston Scientist Created an Online Calculator That Tells You When You Will Die — and You Can Try It Right Now

BostInno - May 27, 2015
Opponents: Don't Tax Alcohol in Boston, Wait for Marijuana Legalization

Back Bay Patch - May 23, 2015
Walsh to Residents, Visitors: Be Safe this Summer

Redbook Magazine - May 21, 2015
10 Surprising Signs You're Going to Live to 100

BU Today - May 21, 2015
Medical Campus Celebrates Promotions

BU Today - May 20, 2015
Getting to a Place Where Zip Codes Don't Matter

Boston Magazine - May 19, 2015
Weekend Drug Use May Be More Serious Than You Think, Study Says

India New Englad - May 19, 2015
Dr. Nahid Bhadelia: On the Frontline to Fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

Becker's Hospital Review - May 19, 2015
15 Quotes from Healthcare Executives Reporters Knew They Had to Write Down

Wellesley Weston Magazine - Summer 2015
Face to Face: An Interview with Kate Walsh

AISHealth - May 18, 2015
HIPAA, National Labor Relations Act Put Social Media Use in Hospital Crosshairs

WBUR CommonHealth - May 18, 2015
Ending 'The War' And Giving Up 'The Fight': How Not To Talk About Cancer

Medical Daily - May 13, 2015
Using Recreational Drugs On The Weekend Can Lead To Regular, Daily Use

PBS NewsHour - May 13, 2015
Is Gender Identity Biologically Hard-Wired?

Fox16.com - May 13, 2015
Special Report: Put Down the Cell Phone

Becker's Hospital Review - May 13, 2015
What Does it Mean to be a Great Healthcare System Today? 4 Executives Weigh In

Boston Business Journal - May 13, 2015
Boston Hospital Giants Call Off Merger

The Boston Globe - May 13, 2015
Tufts, Boston Medical Center End Merger Talks

The Daily News of Newburyport - May 12, 2015
Business Briefs: Taglieri Awarded for Mental Health Advocacy

HealthLeaders Media - May 12, 2015
How Healthcare Innovation is Leading to a Post-EHR World

The Boston Globe - May 12, 2015
BMC Gala Raises More Than $3 Million

WRVO - May 10, 2015
Is 15 Better than 50? Not Necessarily When it Comes to SPF

The Boston Globe - May 8, 2015
2015 Game Changers: Cutting-Edge Medical Procedures and Novel Prescriptions for Health

Bloomberg - May 8, 2015
The Problem With Obama's Plan to Pay Doctors Based on Performance

The Boston Globe - May 8, 2015
Women Making Some Inroads in Nonprofit Leadership

WBZ-TV 4 - May 6, 2015
Boston Medical Center Teaches Patients Healthy Cooking Tips

The Dorchester Reporter - May 6, 2015
Hospitals Use Peace Institute's Guide to Help Survivors: Tina Chery's Own Loss — and Years of Helping Others— Led to Book

Advance for Nurses - May 6, 2015
Obesity Pacemaker Hits the Market

Boston.com - May 3, 2015
Patients Salute Their Nurses in These Heartfelt Messages

Boston.com - May 1, 2015
In the Minority: Life as a Male Nurse

Medscape - May 1, 2015
ED-Initiated Buprenorphine Helps Opioid Addicts Recover

Healthcare Design - May 1, 2015
Finding The Way With Master Planning

Wicked Local Cambridge - April 30, 2015
Guest Column: Keep Thousands of Children Out of Poverty

WPRO 630 - April 29, 2015
Dr. Shamaila Khan - Talking About the Death Penalty

Mass Live - April 29, 2015
Value of Opiod Overdose Prevention Kits Dispensed through Emergency Rooms Cited in Boston Medical Center Study

The Christian Science Monitor - April 29, 2015
Smartphones Distract Parents Too, Studies Show

Yahoo! News - April 28, 2015
Do Food Labels Miscount Calories? Kind Of

The Boston Globe - April 28, 2015
Baker Strategizes as Opioids Kill More than 1,000

Consumer Affairs - April 27, 2015
Toddlers Downing Coffee in Boston (And Maybe Elsewhere)

The Boston Globe - April 27, 2015
Boston Executives Gather for Unusual Reading of 'King Lear'

Forbes.com - April 27, 2015
Opioid Overdoses Decrease After Abuse-Deterrent Painkillers Enter Market, Propoxyphene Exits

The Swellesley Report - April 24, 2015
Business Royalty to do Shakespeare in Wellesley

The Providence Journal - April 24, 2015
Heroin's Toll: 'We Have People Dying' in Burrillville

Forensic Magazine - April 22, 2015
Preserving Forensic Evidence after Terrorist Attacks

Tradeline - April 22, 2015
Healthcare Reform and Changing Delivery Models Drive New Approach to Space Planning

The Patriot Ledger - April 22, 2015
Our Opinion: Runners, Not Bombers, Define Boston Marathon

Reporting on Health - April 20, 2015
Beware of Testosterone Marketing, Cautions Journal Editorial

Reuters - April 20, 2015
Opiate Overdoses Fall After Debut of Abuse-Resistant OxyContin

Boston.com - April 20, 2015
Two Years Since Bombing, Marathon Might Be Even More Mental Than Physical

Taunton Daily Gazette - April 20, 2015
Brockton, West Bridgewater Marathoners Make History, and a Difference

The Daily Beast - April 20, 2015
Running a Boston Marathon 7.5 Months Pregnant

CNBC - April 20, 2015
Prescription Drug Abuse is Lower, but Heroin Use Up: Study

Boston Herald - April 20, 2015
Recovery Facilities Overloaded

The Boston Globe - April 16, 2015
Charity Runners Are Inspired By Causes, Families, Each Other

Bay State Banner - April 16, 2015
Making a Physical Exam Your Primary Concern

MedPage Today - April 15, 2015
I, Intern: Prescriptions for Food

The Boston Globe - April 14, 2015
'Shelter on Wheels' Visits Boston Medical Center

The Providence Journal - April 12, 2015
Few Survivors of Boston Marathon Attack Seeking Treatment for Mental Trauma

The Boston Globe - April 12, 2015
Plastic Surgeon Employs Art, Science

Wisconsin Public Radio - April 10, 2015
PBS Documentary Examines Children's Wellbeing In America

Futurity - April 9, 2015
Siblings Reveal Secret to Living Past 105

Becker's Hospital Review - April 9, 2015
Growing an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program: A Case Study at Boston Medical Center

Boston Herald - April 9, 2015
Boston Reacts to Trial

The Boston Globe - April 8, 2015
Boston Medical Center, Tufts Move Ahead on Merger Talks

MetroWest Daily News - April 7, 2015
ER Doc from Framingham to Run First Marathon at 60

WebMD - April 2015
Future of Health: Obesity Treatments

The Washington Post - April 6, 2015
A High-Protein Diet to Rev Up Your Metabolism

Hepatitis News Today - April 6, 2015
Hepatitis C Treatment More Cost-effective if Prescribed to Specific HCV-Infected Patient Groups

Harvard Business Review - April 6, 2015
4 Steps to Dispel a Bad Mood

Healio.com - April 2, 2015
Dermatologists Address BRAF, MEK Inhibitors and Other Treatments for Advanced Melanoma

Healio.com - April 2, 2015
Sovaldi-Based Regimens Cost-Effective for Certain Patients with HCV Genotypes 2, 3

Business Insider - April 1, 2015
The 25 Best Medical Schools in America

Advance for Nurses - April 1, 2015
First Obesity Drug Guidelines

BBC - March 31, 2015
Lessons of the World's Most Unique Supercentenarians

Medscape - March 31, 2015
New HCV Drugs Cost-effective for Some With Genotypes 2 and 3

Science World Report - March 27, 2015
Genes Of A Sibling May Determine Just How Old You Get

Business Insider - March 27, 2015
The Truth About How Often You Should Wash Your Hair, According to Science

The Boston Globe - March 27, 2015
Take Our Vitamin Quiz

Today.com - March 27, 2015
Want to be 105? Check Your Genes

The Boston Globe - March 27, 2015
Antifraud Effort on Food Stamps Hurts Poor, Advocates Say

The Boston Globe: BetaBoston - March 27, 2015
The Download: Boston Medical Center's Dr. Devin Mann

Medical Marketing & Media - March 26, 2015
Researchers Say Testosterone Ads Amount to Disease Mongering

Becker's Hospital Review - March 26, 2015
15 Recent Hospital, Health System Capital Projects

BU Research - March 25, 2015
Big Data and Improving Health Care

Acupuncture Today - April 2015
Synergy Doesn't Happen in Silos: Acupuncture in Hospitals and Other Healthcare Settings

Wicked Local Dover - March 24, 2015
Physician Focus: The Value of Vaccines

Immuno-Oncology News - March 24, 2015
Combination of Targeted and Immuno-therapies For Advanced Melanoma

Forbes - March 24, 2015
Why All Those Testosterone Ads Constitute Disease Mongering

The Washington Post - March 24, 2015
The Testosterone and HGH Boom: How Critics Say 'Disease Mongering' Created a Multibillion-Dollar Industry

BU Today - March 24, 2015
BU Wins Life Sciences Capital Grants

The Enterprise - March 24, 2015
Drugs to Treat Addiction Work, But Carry a Stigma

Business West - March 24, 2015
State Gets Serious About Opiate Abuse

WBUR CommonHealth - March 23, 2015
New ADHD Treatment Calls for Parenting, Not Pills

Daily Free Press - March 23, 2015
BU, Boston Medical Center Receives $2.3 Million for STEM Research

WBUR CommonHealth - March 23, 2015
Study: A Simple, Cheap Way To Help Low-Income Kids With ADHD

Sentinel & Enterprise - March 22, 2015
Opiate Abuse - Doctors Trying Not To Be Part of Problem

Boston Herald - March 21, 2015
Treating Drug-Exposed Newborns to Cost $90M

New England Real Estate Journal - March 21, 2015
Boston Medical Center Celebrates Clinical Campus Redesign Milestone

Boston Herald - March 21, 2015
Editorial: Opiates' Young Victims

Medical Construction and Design - March 20, 2015
Integrated Project Delivery Team Collaborates on Boston Medical Center Project

WZLX Boston - March 20, 2015
K&M Colon Doctor Talks About the Colonoscopy Procedure

WAMC Northeast Public Radio - March 20, 2015
Healthcare System Failing Young African-American Men

MSN.com - March 19, 2015
New Study Shows Your Smartphone Is Making You a Cranky Parent!

BU Research - March 19, 2015
BU Wins Life Sciences Capital Grants

The Boston Globe - March 20, 2015
More Than 1,700 Born in Mass. With Drug Issues in 2014

The Boston Globe - March 18, 2015
Life Sciences Center Awards Hospitals, Schools $17 Million

BU Today - March 19, 2015
CAS Course Brings Students to Cuba

Boston Herald - March 19, 2015
More Babies in Mass. Born Exposed To Drugs

100.7 Mix-FM Indianapolis - March 18, 2015
System Failure? Report Finds Young Black Males Live Longer In Prison

Pittsburgh Post Gazette - March 17, 2015
Struggle with Back Pain? Pitt is Testing a New Way to Fight It

Public News Service - March 16, 2015
Health System Failing Young Black Men; Survival Rate Better in Prison

The Wall Street Journal - March 15, 2015
The Benefits of Pumping Iron in Later Life

Becker's Hospital CFO - March 13, 2015
Boston Medical Center Expands Redesign of its Campus

Boston Business Journal - March 12, 2015
Some Boston Institutions Cut Salaries to Grapple with NIH Declines

The Boston Globe - March 12, 2015
Boston Medical Center Expands Redesign of its Campus

Boston Business Journal - March 12, 2015
Most Massachusetts Hospitals Report Declines in ER Visits

ABC News - March 11, 2015
Maine Mom Hopes Diagnosis of Rare Syndrome Will Exonerate Dad of Child Abuse Charges

Becker's Hospital Review - March 11, 2015
150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare 2015

MetroWest Daily News - March 11, 2015
Physician Focus: Physicians and Patients Can Reduce Opiate Abuse

ABC News - March 11, 2015
Rare Medical Condition Is the Secret to Contortionist's Ability

WHDH - March 11, 2015
Living Healthy: Heart Disease Prevention

Boston.com - March 10, 2015
You're Not the Only One Slipping Around in Boston This Winter

The Boston Globe - March 10, 2015
Unlikely Events Lead to Life-Saving Surgery

Becker's GI & Endoscopy - March 9, 2015
GI Physician Leader to Know: Dr. Francis Farraye of Boston Medical Center

WCVB Channel 5 - March 9, 2015
Resiliency Center is Oasis for Boston Marathon Bombing Survivors

Wicked Local Brookline - March 8, 2015
American Heart Association to honor Brookline's Emelia Benjamin

Boston Herald - March 8, 2015
BMC Eyes Alternatives to Addictive Back Pain Meds

Orthopaedics This Week - March 6, 2015
Massachusetts' RomneyCare Boosted Joint Replacements

Boston Business Journal - March 6, 2015
The Massachusetts Hospitals and Research Centers with the Most NIH Funding in 2014

Fox News - March 6, 2015
Study Shows Toddlers are Getting Coffee From Parents

WCVB Channel 5 - March 6, 2015
Study: 15 Percent of Boston Toddlers Drink Coffee Each Day

PBS.org - March 6, 2015
Tips for Unplugging from Tech to Reconnect with Family

The Boston Globe - March 5, 2015
Boston Toddlers Drinking Coffee Not Uncommon, Study Finds

Boston Magazine - March 5, 2015
Boston Medical Center Opens Pediatric Pain Clinic

Scientific American - March 5, 2015
To Your Health!

WBUR CommonHealth - March 4, 2015
Sip Of Latte With Binky? Study Finds Coffee Drinking 'Not Uncommon' Among Boston Toddlers

U.S. News & World Report - March 4, 2015
14 Percent of Toddlers May Be Drinking Coffee

WGBH - March 4, 2015
Trial Of Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Begins

CBS News - March 4, 2015
Boston Babies Buzzing on Coffee

The Boston Globe - March 4, 2015
Wide Support for Lifting Earned-Income Credit

Boston Magazine - March 3, 2015
Toddlers Drinking Coffee Is Not Uncommon in Boston

CBS Boston - March 3, 2015
Study: 15% Of Boston Toddlers Drink Coffee

Boston Business Journal - March 2, 2015
Report: RomneyCare Spurred Increase in Hip, Knee Replacements

Medscape - March 2, 2015
The Skinny on Next Generation Weight Loss Treatments

Bloomberg Business - March 2, 2015
Study Finds Toddlers Get Coffee From Parents, Despite Risks

HealthLeaders Magazine - Feb. 2015
Monetizing Real-Estate Assets

Boston Herald - Feb. 28, 2015
As You Were Saying...Raise Glass to a Fairer Alcohol Tax

Bloomberg Business - Feb. 27, 2015
Doctor Panel to Weigh Hepatitis C Drugs' Costs in Guidelines

Science News - Feb. 26, 2015
A Little Tablet Time Probably Won't Fry a Toddler's Brain

Boston Magazine - Feb. 24, 2015
Patients Are Learning to Cook Healthier at the Boston Medical Center Demonstration Kitchen

MedCity News - Feb. 24, 2015
How Do iPads Affect Development and Behavior in Young Kids?

WBUR CommonHealth - Feb. 23, 2015
Cartoon: A Snowballing Winter, In The Eyes Of A Medically Fragile Child

Medical Daily - Feb. 23, 2015
Coffee Consumption Among Toddlers Worries Experts: The Dangers Of Baby's First Latte

Frontline Medical News - Feb. 23, 2015
Baseline QOL Measures Not Associated with Outcomes in High-Risk Operable Lung Cancer Patients

American College of Physicians Hospitalist - Feb. 2015
Getting Rid of Unnecessary Alarms

WBUR - Feb. 21, 2015
Weather Weighs On Eastern Mass. Food Pantries

The Boston Globe - Feb. 20, 2015
Icicles Posing Another Wintry Hazard

Healio.com - Feb. 20, 2015
Boston Medical Center Awarded $1.5 Million Grant for NAFLD Research

WBUR CommonHealth - Feb. 20, 2015
Debating Vitamin D: Leading Docs Still Wrangling On Best Dose For Patients

BostInno - Feb. 19, 2015
BU Medical Students' Hospital Mural Showcases the Power of Artistic Healing

MassLive - Feb. 19, 2015
Members of Gov. Charlie Baker's Team Tasked with Fighting Opioid Addiction Named

The Recorder - Feb. 19, 2015
Baker Tackles Opioid Addiction

Bookline Hub - Feb. 18, 2015
Boston Medical Center Cardiologist Emelia Benjamin, MD, ScM, Receives AHA's Paul Dudley White Award

Boston Business Journal - Feb. 18, 2015
People on the Move: Connie Packard

Boston Herald - Feb. 15, 2015
Docs Track Patients Live Via Mobile Apps

Health AIM - Feb. 13, 2015
Can The Proposed Drug For Alzheimer's Disease Be Truly Revolutionary?

BU Today - Feb. 13, 2015
MED Mural

CNET - Feb. 13, 2015
Untangling Your Digital Life (While Embracing It)

The Boston Globe - Feb. 13, 2015
City Police, Boston Hospitals Discuss Safety

Boston Magazine - Feb. 12, 2015
Check Out Boston Medical Center's New Mural for Pediatric Patients

The Boston Globe - Feb. 12, 2015
Lacking Transport, Low-Wage Workers Take a Hit

Lung Disease News - Feb. 11, 2015
Physicians Overprescribe Antibiotics in Outpatient Respiratory Tract Infection Settings, Study Shows

Becker's Hospital Review - Feb. 11, 2015
Boston Hospitals Scramble Amidst Record Snowfall

WCVB-TV Ch. 5 - Feb. 11, 2015
New Research in Boston Could Change Fight Against Alzheimer's

The Boston Globe - Feb. 11, 2015
Boston Hospitals Battle to get Patients Out, Staff In

CNBC - Feb. 10, 2015
The Link Between More Doctors and Antibiotic Resistance

Boston Herald - Feb. 10, 2015
State Vaccination Exemptions Up Tenfold Over 30 Years

The Boston Globe - Feb. 10, 2015
Unrelenting Snowfall Darkening Our Moods

Herald Times Online - Feb. 10, 2015
Dinnertime: But First Let Me Take a Selfie

BU Today - Feb. 9, 2015
Making TB the Next Polio

The Boston Globe - Feb. 7, 2015
State Braces for Measles After Outbreak at Disneyland

The Pacific Standard - Feb. 6, 2015
Alcohol Prohibition in America Is Not Over Yet

The Bay State Banner - Feb. 6, 2015
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Honored D. Thea L. James

Boston Herald - Feb. 6, 2015
Heslam: Refusing Vaccines Irrational and Dangerous

Boston Herald - Feb. 4, 2015
Tips For a Parade Day Touchdown

MedCity News - Feb. 3, 2015
The Hidden Digital Health Opportunities in Obamacare

Huffington Post UK - Feb. 3, 2015
How Are Tablets Affecting Kids? We Just Don't Know, Says Study

Everyday Health - Feb. 3, 2015
10 Essential Facts About Measles

Medscape - Feb. 2, 2015
Different Definitions Muddy Measures of Medical Homes

The Boston Globe - Jan. 30, 2015
Add a Helmet to Sledding Gear

The Boston Globe - Jan. 29, 2015
Surge in Heroin Overdoses Puzzles Health Workers

WBUR CommonHealth - Jan. 29, 2015
Addiction Expert Discusses Statewide Surge In Heroin Overdoses

Scientific American (Reuters) - Jan. 28, 2015
New Guideline Endorses Drugs, Surgery to Supplement Lifestyle Change for Obesity

Boston.com - Jan. 27, 2015
Blizzard 2015: At Least You Aren't At Work Like These People

Tufts Now - Jan. 26, 2015
On the Front Lines Fighting Ebola

Boston Business Journal - Jan. 26, 2015
Hospitals Make Accommodations for Storm

The Boston Globe - Jan. 25, 2015
Ensuring Privacy in the Mailbox

24x7 Mag - Jan. 25, 2015
Case Study: Collaboration Leads to a Clinical Alarms Solution

The Boston Globe - Jan. 23, 2015
Could Group Care Be The New Model For Pregnancy?

Boston Herlad - Jan. 23, 2015
Surgeon's Slaying Puts Focus on Hospital Safety

Boston Business Journal - Jan. 22, 2015
People On The Move: David Beck

The Boston Globe - Jan. 22, 2015
After Brigham Shooting, Area Facilities Revisit Security

Association of American Medical Colleges - Jan. 21, 2015
Beyond Trauma Care: Physicians Take Active Role in Gun Violence Prevention

HealthDay - Jan. 20, 2015
Experts See Place for Weight-Loss Drugs in Obesity Treatment

WebMD - Jan. 16, 2015
The New Device to Treat Obesity: Is It for You?

Boston Business Journal - Jan. 15, 2015
Boston Hospitals Reduce Energy Use, Emissions in First Three Years Of Initiative

MedPageToday - Jan. 15, 2015
10 Questions: Thea James, MD

Healio.com - Jan. 14, 2015
FDA Approves VBLOC Maestro Rechargeable System to Treat Obesity

Boston Business Journal - Jan. 7, 2015
People On The Move: Scott Duncan

2014

Huffington Post - Dec. 31, 2014
3 'Myths' About Acne That Are Actually True

Reuters - Dec. 29, 2014
Guidance and Research on Mobile, Interactive Media for Kids Needed

Boston Globe - Dec. 29, 2014
Groups Unite Against Curbing Painkillers

NECN - Dec. 25, 2014
Boston Medical Center Welcomes First Christmas 2014 Baby

NBCNews.com - Dec. 24, 2014
Beyond Narcan: Why Heroin Addicts Need More Than an Overdose Antidote

MedPageToday - Dec. 18, 2014
When Do You Recommend Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Patients with COPD?

Wicked Local Brookline - Dec. 15, 2014
Boston Medical Center Honors Brookline's Deborah Frank

Boston Herald - Dec. 14, 2014
Survivor Helps Kids Overcome HIV, Hardship

Boston Business Journal - Dec. 11, 2014
Boston Medical Center lands $21M grant to research TB

Boston Globe - Nov. 26, 2014
Boston Medical Center Benefit Honors Grow Clinic Founder

Boston Globe - Nov. 26, 2014
Far More Than Food at Boston Medical Center's Pantry

Boston Magazine - Nov. 25, 2014
A Boston Doctor vs. Ebola

Boston Magazine - Nov. 25, 2014
A Day in the Medical Life

Boston Business Journal - Nov. 21, 2014
Boston Medical Center Writing Prescriptions to Get Kids Outdoors

Boston Business Journal: People On The Move - Nov. 21, 2014
Thea James

WBUR Radio Boston - Nov. 21, 2014
New Resiliency Center Supports Marathon Bombing Survivors

Boston Magazine's HubHealth - Nov. 17, 2014
Boston Medical Center, Boston University Receives $21 Million Grant

NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams - Nov. 12, 2014
'Back in the Fight': American Doctor on the Front Lines to #FightEbola

Boston Magazine's HubHealth - Nov. 11, 2014
BMC, BU Receives $2.7 Million Grant

WBUR CommonHealth - Oct. 31, 2014
Against Odds, Menino Fought Successfully To Merge 2 City Hospitals

BBC World Service - Oct. 29, 2014
Trauma: The Fight for Life

CBS This Morning - Oct. 20, 2014
Boston Doctor Training Others to Fight Ebola on Front Lines

Boston Business Journal - Oct. 16, 2014
40 Under 40: Alastair Bell of Boston Medical Center

Modern Healthcare - Oct. 11, 2014
Up & Comers 2014: Alastair Bell

WHDH TV - Oct. 8, 2014
Boston Medical Center Patient Navigators

Boston Globe - Sept. 29, 2014
For Sick Children, Help with All of Life's Complexities

Boston Globe - Sept. 27, 2014
Addicts Desperately Waiting for a Lifesaver

Boston Magazine HubHealth - Sept. 26, 2014
Boston Medical Center's Preventive Food Pantry Merges Nutrition and Healthcare

MassLive.com - Sept. 23, 2014
Hospitals Announce Support for Sick Time Ballot Initiative

Boston Globe - Sept. 9, 2014
Mayo Bowl at Kings

Boston Business Journal - Sept. 5, 2014
Officials Convene Opiate Experts to Address Drug Problem

Boston Business Journal - Sept. 3, 2014
Boston Business Journal Announces 2014 40-Under-40 Honorees

Boston Magazine HubHealth - Aug. 14, 2014
Study: Patient Navigation May Improve Breast Cancer Care

Boston Globe - August 13, 2014
Epidemiologist, Nahid Bhadelia, M.D., Travelling to Sierra Leone to Help Patients Stricken with Ebola
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