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More exposure to vegetation linked with lower mortality rates in women

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From the NC Nursery and Landscape Association e newsletter

According to a new study by the Harvard T.H.Chan School of Public Health and Brigham  Women’s Hospital (BWH) … 277 more words

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Eating More Potatoes, French Fries Linked To High Blood Pressure

BOSTON (CBS) – The next time someone asks “Do you want fries with that?” you might want to consider your heart.

A new study by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard T.H. 154 more words


Loving Life

In the past two months three friends have lost their fight with cancer and six more have been diagnosed with different types and stages. So, it is always good to hear positive news about someone’s courage and dedication to living. 277 more words

'Superheroes' Give Hope To Parents Of Premature Babies At Boston Hospitals

BOSTON (CBS) – A spark of hope comes in the form of once premature babies who are now helping new parents focus on the future. 259 more words


Two Boston Hospitals To Sequence Genome Of Newborns For The First Time Ever

BOSTON (CBS) – It’s the very definition of optimism: a newborn baby. And to keep these little ones the perfect pictures of health, some day in the near future, routine newborn care could include a sci-fi screening that is slowly going mainstream. 435 more words


Brigham & Women's Hospital Uses Cooling Blankets To Help Babies At Risk

BOSTON (CBS) – “The day you’re born might be the riskiest day of your life,” says Dr. Michael Prendergast, a neonatologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. 258 more words


5 Ways to Relax In No Time At All

Ever felt like you just can’t unwind after a demanding week? That’s because stress triggers your body’s fight or flight response: your adrenaline starts pumping, your heart beats faster, and your blood pressure rises, explains Ash Nadkarni, MD, an associate psychiatrist at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. 642 more words