This Week's Highlights
Infants whose mothers take a supplement containing docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, during pregnancy could be more successful at fighting off colds, researchers found.
Video series Be Well, Boston: Cell phones and cancer
CHAT@2pm How to avoid household toxins
A study suggests just nine minutes of the cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants can cause short-term attention and learning problems.
G FORCE | JOHN M. COFFIN
Q. Why are you convinced that this virus doesnt cause chronic fatigue, that it was seen in samples of patients because of laboratory contamination, not because the virus is in the patients?
Research into the sense of smell has increased dramatically in recent years, resulting in new insights into its importance.
From the blogs
MD Mama Do babies need schedules?
Preventive care Heart attack risk: air pollution worse than cocaine?
In Health News
SHORT WHITE COAT Where are all the doctors?