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  • Great News for Nature Lovers

    Great News for Nature Lovers

    Living in an area with lots of trees and other plants may actually lead to a longer life. In a Read More...

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  • Avoiding Injuries while Being Active

    Avoiding Injuries while Being Active

    During the late summer and fall, popular outdoor activities include tennis, golf, and running. In this blog roundup, Dr. Elizabeth Read More...

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  • Mom with Breast Cancer Finds Care Close to Home

    Mom with Breast Cancer Finds Care Close to Home

    Today’s post originally appeared on Insight, the blog of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. When Cathy McCue, 44, tried to find words Read More...

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  • Preventing Premature Birth

    Preventing Premature Birth

    One in nine babies in the United States is born prematurely (before 37 weeks of pregnancy). These babies have a Read More...

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  • Psoriasis: Five things you need to know

    Psoriasis: Five things you need to know

    An autoimmune disorder, psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that most often appears as red, scaly patches that itch, crack, and Read More...

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  • How Does Your Gut Impact Your Health?

    How Does Your Gut Impact Your Health?

    Believe it or not, the bacteria and organisms living in your gut (constituting most of the human microbiome) affect your Read More...

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  • Join Us to Learn about the Latest in Prostate Cancer

    Join Us to Learn about the Latest in Prostate Cancer

    Would you like to learn about the latest in prostate cancer prevention, detection, and treatment? Join prostate cancer experts from Read More...

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  • More Good News about Nuts

    More Good News about Nuts

    In a study of more than 5,000 people, investigators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have found that greater intake Read More...

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  • Five Things You Need to Know about Barrett’s Esophagus

    Five Things You Need to Know about Barrett’s Esophagus

    Barrett’s esophagus is a complication of gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, and can sometimes be a precursor for esophageal cancer. Read More...

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  • Controlling the Hunger Hormone

    Controlling the Hunger Hormone

    Today’s post is contributed by Malcolm K. Robinson, MD, FACS, Director of the Nutrition Support Service at Brigham and Women’s Read More...

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  • What Are Precursor Blood Conditions?

    What Are Precursor Blood Conditions?

    Precursor conditions are early phases of blood diseases that may develop into cancers such as lymphoma, leukemia, Waldenström’s macroglobulinemia, and Read More...

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  • Persistent Childhood Asthma Linked to COPD

    Persistent Childhood Asthma Linked to COPD

    The development of persistent childhood asthma (having trouble breathing on an almost daily basis) is not well understood. In most Read More...

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  • Newer Surgical Options for Herniated Discs

    Newer Surgical Options for Herniated Discs

    If you are experiencing numbness and pain in your arms and shoulder, it may be the sign of a herniated Read More...

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  • Healthy Eating May Help You Maintain Mobility as You Age

    Healthy Eating May Help You Maintain Mobility as You Age

    Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have found an association between women who maintain a healthy diet and a Read More...

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  • Sleeping through Deep Brain Stimulation?

    Sleeping through Deep Brain Stimulation?

    For some people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, deep brain stimulation (DBS) can offer an effective Read More...

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  • Diagnosing Guillain-Barré Syndrome in Zika-Afflicted Haiti

    Diagnosing Guillain-Barré Syndrome in Zika-Afflicted Haiti

    When neurologist Aaron Berkowitz, MD, PhD, arrived in Haiti in early January 2016, the Zika virus had already been identified Read More...

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  • Can the Microbiome Offer Clues to New Treatments and a Possible Cure for MS?

    Can the Microbiome Offer Clues to New Treatments and a Possible Cure for MS?

    Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) are looking to the gut microbiome, a collection of microorganisms that live inside Read More...

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  • Planning for a Safe and Healthy Summer

    Summer has finally arrived and many of us are busy planning celebrations, barbecues, and outdoor activities.  Follow these tips from Read More...

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  • Why Does Cancer Risk Increase as We Get Older?

    Why Does Cancer Risk Increase as We Get Older?

    Today’s post originally appeared on Insight, the blog of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Age is the biggest single risk factor for Read More...

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  • Take Charge of Your Health:  Five Tips from a Physician-Athlete

    Take Charge of Your Health: Five Tips from a Physician-Athlete

    Dr. Claire Twark is a third-year resident in the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry and a seasoned triathlete. Read More...

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