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Study examines stress levels of "high-intensity" caregivers.
Massachusetts has more doctors per person than any other state in the US. Many of those doctors are in Boston. Surely, then, Boston would be a paragon of a healthy city. Is it?
Study suggests African Americans may have elevated markers for cardiovascular disease.