Dani Sandhu and Tavierney Rogan are having a heart-to-heart by the frozen bread section in Dorchester’s South Bay Stop & Shop. They’ve already made a loop around the store and discussed what types of food Sandhu should buy for herself, considering the gluten-free diet she adheres to for medical reasons. While she’s well-versed in her […]
Boston University has launched a new website, called simply Research to showcase the depth and breadth of research at the University. The site will publish articles, profiles, and videos aimed at policy makers, other universities, potential students and faculty, federal agencies, funders, and mainstream media. It will also provide resources and support for r […]
Most expecting parents are consumed with an endless to-do list in the months before their baby arrives. They need to outfit the nursery, vet possible names, and attend doctor appointments and birthing classes. In all this preparation for B-day, parents sometimes fail to plan adequately for what happens after the baby’s birth or adoption, and […]
In less than a decade, e-cigarettes have gone from being marketed as a safe, tobacco-free alternative to conventional cigarettes to a rapidly expanding, wildly controversial, and largely unregulated $3 billion global industry that has health officials, policy makers, and researchers scrambling to learn one thing: how safe are they?
By his own admission, Karl Kirchwey’s first two years as an undergraduate at Yale University were unfocused. He took a year off to work in a record store, transferred, and then transferred back. It was then that he underwent what he refers to as “a kind of Road to Damascus moment.” The English major found […]