By Matthew Grady
Authors of books about substance abuse share their emotional and intriguing experiences.
By Joseph Davidi
This year’s flu season has been one of the most widespread and deadly in a decade. It is, however, starting to slow as the flu season starts to wrap up with the amount of doctor and ER visits for flu symptoms leveling out to the same as last week.
By Samantha Woolf
The Trump Administration is proposing a new system for feeding families on food stamps.
By Abigail Royle
The Health of Boston Report was released. It provides valuable information on the health of Boston residents that health officials use to determine what action should be taken to improve overall wellness.
By Anais Bundy
Social Security Checks will be increased by 2% in 2018.
By Erin Graham
California legislators passed a law that will lessen sentencing for people with HIV who consciously expose others to their disease. Democrats and LGBT advocates herald the new bill as a positive step forward while Republican legislators find the law appalling.
By Priscilla Liguori
All the Boston community centers now have increased operation hours and extended programming opportunities.