In light of the Stanford rape case, we ask, what are we teaching young men about privilege and consent?
Six governors from around New England gathered at Harvard Medical School to discuss the opioid epidemic.
A medical examiner confirmed that pop music icon Prince died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl.
Many doctors are questioning whether taking a daily aspirin is really worth the risks.
Workers are told that they have to be “flexible” in their careers, that they should expect nothing more than short-term gigs in the current job market. So, is it any surprise that they bring the same approach to the dating market?
At Massachusetts General Hospital Monday, a team of doctors announced that they’ve performed the first penis transplant in the U.S.
There’s a phrase that many patients might find terrifying, but it’s familiar to anyone who’s gone through medical training: “See one, do one, teach one.”
Two Boston Public School employees are on administrative leave as officials work to figure why some school water fountains were activated before water testing was finished.
Under Massachusetts law, patients should be able to find out in advance how much a medical procedure will cost. But, does that lower health care prices?
The opioid crisis in Massachusetts continued to worsen in 2015, with more people succumbing to overdoses, according to the latest quarterly snapshot from the state Department of Public Health.
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