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Tufts offers free cancer screenings to uninsured Boston-area women

The See, Test & Treat program took place at Tufts Medical Center on Oct. 26. For the fourth year in a row, Tufts Medical Center doctors provided free breast and pelvic exams to uninsured and underserved women. This is the first year in which the program provided pediatric kidney screenings for children. Continue reading

Bruce Lee and his legacy

The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. commemorated the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s final movie, “Enter the Dragon,” from Sept. 20 to 23, which was released mere weeks before his untimely death. On Oct. 20, the Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club celebrated its 65th anniversary with a spectacular lion dance and movement showcase under the iconic gateway to Chinatown. Continue reading

Cotton candy and ‘Atomic Fireball’ flavored electronic cigarettes are forging a new pathway to addiction, death and disease

E-cigarette use among middle school children has doubled in just one year. In September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced e-cigarette use also doubled among high school students in one year, and that 1 in 10 high school students have used an e-cigarette. Continue reading