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A mysterious respiratory illness responsible for declining health and, in some cases, death among dogs may have arrived in Connecticut, veterinarians say. more
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy has become increasingly vocal about loneliness and social isolation in America and its connection to public policy. more
By Alexa Spencer | Word In Black (WIB) – For the first time in over two decades, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is facing a potential funding … more
Trinity’s Tríona Lally explains why her heart lies in the world of biomedical engineering and why academic metrics need to change. Read more: Meet the bioengineer developing 3D-printed stents … more
U.S. life expectancy rose last year, but it still isn’t close to what it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — While flu cases are on the rise, doctors from our local hospital systems say the region is not on the same track toward a "tripledemic" compared to this time last year. … more
Police in Snohomish County said fentanyl is easily available to kids and they're using it. KING 5 spoke with a mother who lost her teenage son to an overdose. more
Sustainable aviation fuel, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions by about 70%, is the best near-term way for the international aviation industry to achieve its net zero target by 2050, the U.S. … more
A British government-ordered inquiry says it found serious failings at hospitals where an electrician who was later convicted of murder was able to have sex with more than 100 corpses over 15 … more
Some are believed to be descendants of colonial-era cats, while others were brought to the capital by legendary San Juan Mayor Felisa Rincón de Gautier to kill rats in the mid-20th century. Since … more
“The price determination mechanism isn’t transparent and it’s not clear as to why these prices have been going up,” Dr. David Bieri, an Associate Professor of Urban Affairs at Virginia Tech … more
Landscaping businesses in Cambridge may have to trade in their gas-powered leaf blowers for electric alternatives a year sooner than the City Council initially targeted, depending on a vote looming … more
Texas law bans and criminalizes abortion unless the mother’s life is in danger. However, plaintiffs said the exception is too vague and could jeopardize lives. more
Massachusetts has more than 1,500 miles of coastline across 78 communities that count nearly 2.5 million people as residents, and the Healey administration on Tuesday mapped out the skeleton of its … more
Until now it was unclear what walking speed was needed to reduce risk of type 2 diabetesWalking faster is linked to a significantly lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to the first … more
Most lawmakers seem to agree that something needs to be done about so-called "ghost guns" that have infiltrated Massachusetts' streets, but a fierce debate continues about the extent of additional … more
Nearly four months and an open enrollment period for many people later, Salinas Valley Health and Anthem Blue Cross announced Monday that they have successfully reached agreement on a new contract. more
Panthers tight end Hayden Hurt is raising awareness to prevent military suicides during the NFL's annual My Cause, My Cleats campaign. more
Colorado voters approved Proposition 118 back in 2020. This year, workers and their employers started paying money into the fund, and now workers can finally apply. more
Psychedelic drugs like psilocybin and LSD may help improve mindfulness and reduce neuroticism in adults with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, a new study suggests. The impact of psychedelics … more
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