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Sometimes I Forget

Sometimes I forget there are people out there reading my blog posts (thank you, by the way), until I go on a rant like my last post.  560 more words

Breast Cancer Survivor

Shouldn't Be So Hard

Some things just shouldn’t be so hard. Dealing with a cancer diagnosis, that’s hard.  Finding the right doctors to fight it, that’s hard.  Managing all the related appointments, that’s hard.  500 more words

Breast Cancer Survivor

Winter Cleanup Presents Health Dangers

BOSTON (CBS) – If you are just one of the many planning on heading out to rake your roof or shovel your driveway before the next storm hits, we have a warning straight from the emergency room. 181 more words

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Brigham & Women's Hospital Prescribes Videos To Keep Patients On Track

BOSTON (CBS) – Jesse Albert of Mattapan suffers from occasional hip pain. “For me, pain is a little out of the ordinary,” he says. He turned to his primary care physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dr. 360 more words

Health

Mourning a Profession

This past week, an unimaginable tragedy fell upon a family. A wife lost her husband. (Nearly) four children lost their father. A mother and father lost a son. 497 more words

Commentary

Boston doctor dies after hospital shooting; suspect dead

BOSTON — The Boston doctor who was fatally shot Tuesday at Brigham and Women’s Hospital had treated the mother of the gunman, a source briefed on the investigation said. 383 more words

National/World News

I-Team: Violence At Hospitals On The Rise

BOSTON (CBS) – Shootings like the one at Brigham and Women’s Hospital are rare, but the I-Team found the numbers of violent attacks in health care settings are on the rise. 243 more words

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