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Friendship as the foundation of surrogacy
A surrogate pregnancy between friends is unusual, but for Diane Kieras-Ciolkos and Meghan Hukowicz, it’s an extension of the bond they’ve shared since childhood.
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State will spray for infected mosquitoes
Aerial spraying will begin in 11 Southeastern Massachusetts communities to target mosquitoes carrying Eastern equine encephalitis.
Just what’s wrong with doping?
Sure, everyone agrees that drugs in sports are a problem. But when it comes to why, things break down.
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FDA approves pill to prevent HIV infections
The drug, Truvada, is the first medication intended to prevent HIV infections in people having sex with infected individuals.
Scientist’s game helps map the brain
MIT professor Sebastian Seung and his team launched EyeWire, an online game that invites volunteer “scientists” to build 3-D maps of the cell networks that are crucial for vision.
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EEE threat makes an early appearance
Southeastern Massachusetts residents are altering their activities and pushing for mosquito spraying because of eastern equine encephalitis risk.
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Mass. birth facilities ban infant formula gift bags
The last few hospitals that were still offering free infant formula to new mothers have decided to ban the practice, welcome news for advocates of breast-feeding.
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First EEE-infected mosquitoes of year detected in Mass.
Mosquitoes infected with Eastern equine encephalitis were collected earlier this week in Easton, and state officials warned that people are at risk of being infected through bites.