Tag: Boston

Friends with Benefits: Microbes, Diet & Me – Eric Alm, PhD and Tim Spector, MD

Hi there. Hi, [LAUGH] good evening. Welcome to the Museum of Science. Welcome to our inaugural program for our fall 2015 season. It’s exciting to be started back up and it’s nice to see you all, great crowd. So please do the usual now. Take a moment to turn off your cell phones and devices….


Amazon opens first 4-star store in Massachusetts

BOSTON AREA. OUR RHONDELLA RICHARDSON TAKES US INSIDE.>>THE STORE OPENED 10:00 A.M. WITH A LINE OUTSIDE OF THE DOOR. GET THIS, THERE IS A TABLE FOR WHAT IS TRENDING IN BOSTON. THIS IS A THROWBACK. GET THIS, PEOPLE STILL IRON? BROWSE AND TOUCH INSTEAD OF CLICKING ON LINE, THIS AMAZON STORE IS STOCKED EXCLUSIVELY WITH…


“Parenteral Nutrition Indications and Practical Applications” by Katelyn Ariagno for OPENPediatrics

Parenteral Nutrition: Indications and Practical Applications, by Katelyn Ariagno. Hi, my name is Katelyn Ariagno. And I’m a Registered Dietitian here at Children’s Hospital Boston. Today, we’ll be talking about a couple different nutrition topics specific to the ICU and ICU care. Just to remind you that these are guidelines that we’ve established here at…


Some Ayurvedic medicine worse than lead paint exposure

Some Ayurvedic Medicine Worse Than Lead Paint Exposure In terms of antioxidant power, I couldn’t imagine anything ever beating out cloves. But then, silly as a goose, berry comes along. But then, in a whole ‘nother league, triphala. Triphala is the most commonly used herbal formulation in all of Ayurvedic medicine. “Tri” means “three”; “phala”…