Two veterans turned Boston University researchers are studying PTSD to find better treatments for their former comrades.
For nearly 30 years, Boston University has led the largest and longest-running study of Black women’s health, shining a light on tragic disparities and showing women their lives matter.
Nasal and sinus expert says there are far better and safer alternatives than phenylephrine that are available over the counter.
After studying the brains of more than 150 contact sports participants—mostly football, soccer, and ice hockey—who had died under age 30, more than 40 percent of them showed signs of the degenerative brain disease, including the first American woman soccer player to be diagnosed.
After a Year in the White House, BU Infectious Diseases Expert Shares Lessons about Pandemic Response
Nahid Bhadelia has returned to BU after helping lead the Biden administration’s COVID-19 pandemic response and advising on preparing the world for future outbreaks.
BMC surgeons say the bombings, like the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted disparities in trauma care and community support. They’re working to change that.