October 4, 2009
The idea sounds like science fiction. But it might someday come true. A group of Boston scientists is pushing the bounds of regenerative medicine.
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As a breast cancer doctor, I've learned how to spot a devoted husband.
Dinner with Cupid
Do age and height differences matter if personalities are compatible?
When friends ignore your dietary restrictions, plus swapping airplane seats.
Shorten your stay, unwelcome guest.
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The Health Issue
This month, like every October, a sea of pink ribbons washes over products from sneakers to snacks. While the effort raises research dollars, some breast cancer survivors feel that companies are profiting from their pain.
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The H1N1 vaccine won't be available to everyone for weeks. Here's what you can do now.
Kitchen Aide Pearl sugar
Try two delicious versions of the breakfast class: yeasted Swedish and quick.
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First PersonA new leaf
For his latest field guide, bird-watcher David Allen Sibley is courting tree-huggers.
On the BlockBuying in Belmont
This town, former home of Mitt Romney, is a short hop to Boston.
PerspectiveConnecting the dots
After 40 years, a diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome set me free.
A carefully restored Victorian home gets a few shots of very modern design.
Parenting TrapsThe terrible teens
Can't stand your teenager? Borrow a toddler.
Fashion SnapshotMake it strappy
Women's shoes have a new edge for fall.
Tales from the CityPlanes, taxis...
A cabbie to love, and a biker receives an unexpected compliment.
LettersLetters to the Magazine editor
Readers sound off on traveling tips, how to balance work and family, and the pratfalls of too much texting.
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.