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In January 2018, Michael Romano went public with his urgent medical request: He needed a new kidney, and he was looking for a donor. His social media post was shared...
Hospitals are faced with a tough decision right now: when a patient has COVID-19, which unproven drugs fall into the "might help, won't hurt" category?
We need to give teens and young adults permission to grieve all they are missing, writes pediatric psychologist Ellen H. O'Donnell.
It's time to begin a national dialogue on the role of advance care planning as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finding tranquility amid coronavirus concerns might prove difficult for some. To help calm the mind and ease the spirit, a Boston-based mindfulness specialist is offering free online guided meditation.
With around the clock television coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, TV is still a powerful, influential source of information. But is this the kind of TV news that best serves...
Author and historian Rebecca Solnit on how disasters like a global pandemic can give rise to a powerful hope.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ayanna Pressley are calling out an apparent lack of racial data that they say is needed to monitor and address disparities in the national response...
The Spaulding unit is one of several clinics that have found new purpose during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At least five of the residents who died have tested positive for the coronavirus, while test results are pending for others. Meanwhile, 11 living residents and five staff members have...
Boston police say 19 uniformed police officers and three civilian employees have tested positive for the coronavirus.
WBUR's Steve Brown gives an update on the latest state response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The newest statistics from the state show 5,752 confirmed cases as of Monday, with 56 deaths attributed to COVID-19.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve, regular gas fell 11 cents in the past week to an average of $2.05, according to AAA Northeast.
Plus, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley on forthcoming federal aid.
We reflect on how the coronavirus is affecting religious and faith communities in Greater Boston and New England with local religious leaders.
Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday said the COVID-19 surge in Massachusetts could occur between April 7 and April 17, and outlined additional efforts to counteract the highly contagious disease.
GE announced last week that it would lay off about 10% of its workforce. The union argues that those employees have skills necessary for creating ventilators, and that GE factories...
Cambridge-based comedian Dana Jay Bein wrote and tweeted out the lyrics on March 18 and the internet went wild with videos and TikToks inspired by the parody.
Hospital workers, already stretched thin, are bracing for a tsunami of illness.