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1 What’s behind Trump’s hospitalization?
2 How to have a safer Thanksgiving during the pandemic
3 Field hospitals open in Rhode Island as COVID-19 cases surge
4 Trump’s recovery looks likely but not guaranteed, local doctors say
5 In cold white boxes, the first vaccine against COVID-19 starts arriving
6 At the Brigham, ‘battle-weary’ staff may have allowed virus to slip in
7 Infected children can carry high levels of coronavirus, Mass. General study says
8 Lack of coordination in reopenings could lead to more coronavirus spread, spillover between states
9 Mass. insurers to cover full cost of coronavirus testing, treatment
10 What you should know about the Pfizer vaccine news
11 ‘Sick passenger’ from China arrives at Logan, but doesn’t have symptoms of coronavirus
12 Biden picks MGH infectious diseases chief Rochelle Walensky to oversee CDC
13 Public health experts fear politics will taint COVID-19 vaccine approval
14 In calm before the storm, hospitals prepare for second wave of COVID-19
15 Vaccinations boost spirits at hospitals throughout Mass.
16 Flu shot mandate for Mass. students leaves key questions unanswered
17 Improvisation and medical mysteries in the COVID-19 ICU
18 New MIT research center seeks precise treatments for brain disorders
19 A fine of $500 a day for violators. That’s part of the strict new rules for people traveling to Massachusetts
20 Medical professionals confront the second wave of COVID-19 with grief and grit
21 Amid a rising tide of COVID-19, hospitals stock up on protective gear
22 For workers in the time of coronavirus, a troubling choice: work sick, or lose pay?
23 Influential research group concludes safe injection sites ‘save lives and money’
24 Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, prompting NFL to postpone Patriots-Chiefs game
25 A COVID-19 vaccine hinges on people volunteering as test subjects. These participants explain why they did it
26 Coronavirus outbreak at Biogen meeting in Boston shows widening impact of illness
27 Brigham and Women’s hospital completes investigation of coronavirus outbreak
28 For the first Black president of Mass. psychology group, racism is a mental health issue
29 Worried about in-person school? Here are six key points to consider
30 ‘This is not how you do science’: Cambridge biotech Moderna’s potential COVID-19 vaccine stirs hope — and criticism
31 Two-thirds of Americans say they would accept a coronavirus vaccine
32 Can you get COVID-19 twice? A veteran at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home who had seemingly recovered from virus tests positive
33 Treating addiction on the streets of Boston. Over the phone.
34 Tracker: The latest on COVID-19 vaccine front-runners
35 Feeling feverish? Worried about coronavirus? Here’s why tests have been hard to get.
36 Late-stage clinical trial for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine is launched nationwide
37 Does covering your face protect you, or not? What’s behind the change in coronavirus recommendations
38 Boston research team says it has enrolled a diverse group in Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine study
39 Alkermes sued over death of man who overdosed after taking addiction treatment Vivitrol
40 Expectant mothers face searing anxieties over how coronavirus will affect pregnancy and childbirth
41 Should you send your child back to school? The expert consensus leans toward ‘yes,’ with caveats
42 N.H. woman gets second face transplant
43 Ten pressing questions about coronavirus, answered by experts
44 Forced by the pandemic, health care plunges into the digital age
45 Blue Cross hangs out ‘help wanted’ sign for child psychiatrists
46 Gilead study finds five days of remdesivir works against COVID-19 as well as 10
47 Local physicians form group to advocate on COVID-19
48 For Brigham staff, an active shooter alert brought traumatic memories
49 Legislative committee approves bill allowing safe injection sites in Mass.
50 Baker declares state of emergency as coronavirus cases more than double
51 Worst-case scenarios predicted Mass. hospitals would be overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients. Here’s why that didn’t happen
52 Everyone — including Trump — has an opinion about this potential COVID-19 treatment, and that’s making it hard to find out if it works
53 Parents worried about coronavirus are missing vaccination appointments — opening the door to outbreaks of a different kind
54 In Quincy, crowds thin as first coronavirus case in Massachusetts spurs precautions, fears
55 Surviving ventilators, only to find lives diminished
56 Mass. health department says hundreds in state have been self-quarantined, monitored for coronavirus
57 ‘This virus is everywhere.’ Experts deride Europe travel ban as useless
58 A new warning: Vaping and smoking may increase risk that COVID-19 will hit you hard
59 Questions about coronavirus? Here are some answers
60 Understanding the motives of mothers involved in their children’s deaths amid Erin Pascal incident
61 Now that the coronavirus is everywhere, what can you do to avoid severe illness?
62 Coronavirus outbreak is officially declared a pandemic, as events, schools are closed and Dow continues to plummet
63 When COVID-19 patients need to recuperate at home, but have no home
64 Massachusetts life-sciences industry at forefront of worldwide fight against coronavirus
65 You had coronavirus questions. We had doctors answer them
66 Inside Boston Medical Center: The heart of the coronavirus storm
67 Opioid-related deaths decline in Mass., but ‘we’ve gone from horrible to less horrible’
68 A slow, cautious slog toward opening a safe injection site
69 Massachusetts reports first confirmed case of coronavirus
70 Overdose deaths in Massachusetts show little change
71 Coronavirus is new, but don’t forget: ‘This is a very severe influenza season’
72 Facing the challenges of climate change at the bedside
73 2 people in NH being tested for coronavirus
74 2nd death reported in Mass. from EEE virus
75 Court orders Essex County to provide methadone to inmate
76 Opioid-related overdose deaths continue slow decline, but toll from fentanyl rises
77 State moves to prevent surge in HIV infections among homeless drug users
78 Tensions flare as homeless and drug users spread into South End
79 What you need to know about the new coronavirus
80 Dr. Atul Gawande has long searched for a cure for the health care system
81 In white coats, doctors join Copley protest
82 Michael Pollan, describing a drug trip: ‘I saw myself dissolve’
83 BU study suggests a way to diagnose CTE in living people
84 Famed artist’s wife joins effort to combat stigma against mental illness
85 New study suggests opioid addiction in Mass. is much worse than thought
86 David Ortiz undergoes third surgery for complications from gunshot wound
87 In the heart of Chinatown, Tufts Medical readies for possible coronavirus cases
88 Settlement means nursing home company will now accept opioid-addicted patients
89 Walsh ‘absolutely 100 percent’ supports safe injection sites
90 Once again, Suffolk DA speaks out against South End police sweeps
91 Addiction used to be someone else’s problem. Doctors graduating today are eager to take it on
92 This Mass. nonprofit makes Thanksgiving feasts for people with dietary restrictions
93 Construction firm launches program to aid addicted workers
94 Research on the world’s deadliest microbes will soon begin at a Boston lab
95 Trauma surgeons say David Ortiz’s injuries are ‘very serious’
96 Walsh says Mass. 'not ready' for safe injection sites
97 County jail approved to become a methadone clinic
98 Major Mass. hospitals pledge to train doctors in addiction care
99 Sackler family member tells magazine that Purdue Pharma didn’t cause opioid crisis
100 Did Bernie Sanders have a heart attack? Cardiologists weigh in on his condition, prognosis