Martha Bebinger covers health care and other general assignments for WBUR. She also created and frequently contributes to HealthCareSavvy, WBUR’s community of patients starting to shop for health care. She was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, class of 2010.
“If you ask anyone here they’ll tell you, you don’t really become a medical student until the moment you meet your cadaver,” said medical student Jared Wortzman.
Northeastern joins a growing number of colleges going smoke-free.
BOSTON — Where might victims with outstanding medical or disability expenses turn? Attorneys are considering possible targets.
Health insurance premiums for small firms are set to increase from a base of 2.5%, on average, in July. But these rates may be the calm before the storm.
Health insurance premiums for small firms are set to increase from a base of 2.5%, on average, in July.
As health care apps multiply and catch on, they help many but lack standards, so downloader beware.
Brittany Loring had a lot to celebrate on her birthday Marathon Monday: She’s about to graduate college with law and business degrees; she’s got a job awaiting her and she’s getting married in September. Then the first bomb blew holes in her legs.
Unlike many patients, Heather Abbott made the decision herself after hearing from doctors and patients who faced a similar decision in the past.
BOSTON — Hardworking and humble: that’s the character Mike Sullivan hopes will resonate with voters who don’t agree with his conservative positions.
BOSTON — “Why?” is the question that looms for everyone from the officers involved in the manhunt to the friends and teachers who considered Dzhokhar Tsarnaev one of their own.
Newlyweds who both lost parts of their left legs face rehab, but at least it’s together.