Keep Your Family Healthy This Winter
Cases of colds, flu, COVID-19, and RSV are rising throughout the country, including in Boston. Learn more about how you can help keep you and your loved ones from getting sick as the weather gets colder and we all spend more time indoors.
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Boston's pioneer in street medicine weighs in on street doctors' origins in the city and providing health and community care to unhoused people.
Socialization, gender roles, race, and the way we screen for depression play a critical role in who receives adequate care for mental health issues.
The COVID treatment is effective at preventing severe disease, but it has been mired in confusion after misleading reports of "Paxlovid rebound."
"My takeaway is…to celebrate the ability to be vulnerable and to share your vulnerabilities in the hopes that it makes us all better in the end."
More than 200 million people have peripheral artery disease, but the best path of treatment for the most severe cases hasn't been studied until now
In the final part of our audio series, BMC sleep experts and residents dive into the science of sleep and how shift workers can achieve quality sleep.
By reframing how EMS workers approach people who use drugs, we can make big changes in patients' lives
"The thing that really keeps me awake at night is that...compassion must guide knowledge and knowledge must guide compassion."
Upstream healthcare solutions are critical, but this essential need offers preventative treatment and relationship-building crucial to patient care.
Between the trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, monkeypox, and staffing shortages, there is a massive toll on providers' mental health.
The program's recovery coaches meet patients where they are and help them navigate services to suit their individual needs.
The infant formula shortage has impacted all babies who need it, but families who access WIC programs bear the brunt.
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