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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a recent CDC study has found that an increasing number of high schoolers feel persistently sad or hopeless.
This non-profit organization is providing hundreds of disabled veterans with custom-built, fully accessible homes for free.
Cher Lynn and Mona Forgione, take their craft as standup comedians very seriously and would like to see more women take center stage.
“I called five different pharmacies in the area; nobody had any,” DeShaw said. “There is usually a pharmacy here or there, and it changes by the week. Sometimes I know what that pharmacy is; sometimes, I don’t. But it’s a moving target.”
When we think of the typical person with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a fidgety fourth-grade boy usually comes to mind, but a totally different type of patient is getting diagnosed more often these days.
Imagine robots writing term papers, as well as songs and poems.
Grocery store of the future? Customers will never set foot inside new supermarket opening in Norwood
"We believe that what we’ve built here is something that we can replicate in towns all across the country."
A plant disease once found primarily out west is now showing up in pot plants in Massachusetts and that’s raising concerns about how that could affect the local harvest.
A trip to the library traditionally has been to borrow a book or a video. Today, it can be to get camping gear, power tools, or even a sewing machine.