Harvard Study Of Skeletons Suggests Much Age-Related Arthritis May Be Preventable
If we're right that "wear and tear" cause arthritis as we age, why did our grandparents and ancestors have much less of it than we do?
4 Die Of Overdoses In Chelsea Over The Weekend
Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes said it's possible that the drugs used may have been laced with fentanyl.
'Body Brokers' Get Kickbacks To Lure People With Addictions To Bad Rehab
In South Florida, people with health insurance are the target of "body brokers" who can earn lucrative kickbacks — $500...
Shh! These Quiet Food Videos Will Get Your Senses Tingling
A growing number of food videos aim to trigger ASMR — Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or pleasing sensations in the...
How Eclipses Changed History
Newton and Einstein had big ideas, but needed an eclipse to prove them. And scientists are still pursuing secrets of...
Health Insurance CEO On New CBO Report
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'Why Did This Happen?': Holocaust Memorial In Boston Vandalized Again
Jewish leaders gathered with other religious and civic leaders at the Holocaust memorial in Boston on Tuesday after it was vandalized for the second time...
Study: Attempted Suicide Rates Increasing Among Kentucky Teens
The biannual Kentucky Incentives for Prevention survey found that 8.2 percent of Kentucky high school sophomores had attempted suicide in the past year.
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Can Geometry Help Fix Our Political System? Mathematicians Invite Public To Fight Gerrymandering
A group of Boston-based mathematicians calling themselves the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group are holding public workshops this week in an effort to get the "mathematically inclined" more engaged with issues surrounding redistricting.