Adopt Brownie from the Animal Rescue League of Boston in the South End.
More than 125 website domain names related to the Boston Marathon bombings were registered within hours of the attack.
A new norovirus strain was detected last year in Australia and has reached the United States.
Four workshops will be offered, including a personal safety training sessions, a workshop for survivors and a self-defense class for mothers and daughters.
The "Good Neighbor Fund" is now open for applicants who need help paying their fuel bills.
City officials are urging all residents ages 6 months and up to get vaccinated against the seasonal flu.
Be aware of the symptoms of hypothermia, and remember to check on your elderly neighbors. And don't ever use your oven for heat!
Breast Cancer Awareness
73-year-old fields phone calls from around the country from men diagnosed with breast cancer.
Breast cancer isn't age specific. Here's how to cope with treatments and augmentations if you are diagnosed earlier in life.
And more to know today, Oct. 23.
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