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Past articles by Loriana:

Adolescent Mental Illness in Boston: One Family’s Story

In an affluent suburb of Boston, Beth, the mother of a teenage girl, started to notice changes in her daughter’s behavior. Abby, 17, an ordinarily outgoing girl, seemed to sleep away the summer leading into her senior year of high... → Read More

Reduce Infection Risks While Swimming

What’s better on a hot summer day than a dip in the pool, pond or ocean? It’s part of what makes this time of year special. Mary LaSalvia, MD, Clinical Director of BIDMC’s Division of Infectious Diseases, has shared some... → Read More

What You Need to Know about Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting time, but fluctuating hormones and a changing body can cause some discomforts. A common complaint is varicose veins, which may first appear during pregnancy – or at least become more pronounced. Why varicose veins may develop... → Read More

An Intimate New SEPHORA Experience Arrives on Newbury Street

Although fans of beauty trailblazer SEPHORA have their pick of several prime Boston locations, a new studio set to arrive July 21 on Newbury Street will be sure to please devotees and newbies alike. The famed shopping street will... → Read More

Customized Travel: Bringing Bostonians’ Travel Dreams to Life

Travel wields incredible power, offering countless opportunities, myriad perspectives and lifelong memories. It’s also one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. That’s becoming truer and truer every day as more Americans are opting for luxury vacations that are... → Read More

Tour 8,000 Square Feet of European Home Design on Boston’s Waterfront

Experience the latest trends in home design from Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, and beyond without leaving Boston. To step inside this city’s largest European showroom is to be transported to somewhere more likened to the Milan iSaloni Fair– where all... → Read More

Canada's "Food Island" is the Ultimate Getaway for Cheese-lovers

Canada’s island gem, Prince Edward Island (PEI), is best known for its world-class seafood. But the province’s land is just as rich as the ocean. Its fruit, vegetables, meat, and dairy products have produced one of the finest farm-to-table dining... → Read More

How to Make a Statement with Mix and Match Table Décor

Getting inspiration for your next event is no easy feat. You may turn to Pinterest, fashion blogs, and even glossy magazines to get the best table décor ideas. But no matter what event you throw—whether an intimate dinner party, special... → Read More

Bridging the Divide: Mental Health and Cancer Care

A cancer diagnosis can exacerbate an already complicated scenario when one also has a severe mental illness. Those with a severe mental illness die an average of 25 years earlier than the general population and are twice as likely to... → Read More

Everyone Has a (Cancer) Story to Share

You may be hard pressed to find someone whose life has not been impacted in some way by cancer – as a patient or as a family member or friend of someone who has cancer. Just as the type of... → Read More

Building Community through Climbing in Somerville

Turn on the daily news and you will quickly notice we are well adept at pointing out each other’s differences. Whether it’s varying political views, lifestyle choices, or even style preferences, there are a billion things that make each of... → Read More

Boutiques, Al Fresco Dining, Entertainment, and More: Summer Bliss on the North Shore

Imagine—strolling down a beautifully manicured street lined with unique shops, boutiques, and cafes. After finding the perfect summer beach novel at an amazing bookstore, you take in a calming outdoor yoga class, then meet a girlfriend to dine on oysters... → Read More

Study Links Molecular “On Switch” to Possible Treatment for Pediatric Brain Tumors

Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Pathology and Center for Cancer Research have found a molecular “on switch” that could point to new treatments for medulloblastoma. Medulloblastoma is the most common type of pediatric brain cancer and most... → Read More

Celebrate Under the Sea with The Greatest Party On Earth

The 12th Annual Artists For Humanity annual gala featured student art and live performances Celebrating nearly 27 years of creative youth entrepreneurship, the annual Artists For Humanity gala Greatest Party On Earth (GPOE) transformed the organization’s EpiCenter gallery on a... → Read More

Summer on Cape Cod: 12 of its Best Kept Secrets

While there’s no doubt that the endless miles of pristine sand beaches and sparkling sea looms large in most Cape Cod vacationers’ summer plans, we’ve rounded up 12 other amazing—but less well-known—places, festivals, and attractions that will make your summer... → Read More

Why Gathering Your Beauty Team is Essential for Your Big Day

Achieving that perfect glow. Smoothing skin out for a flawless finish. Reaching new heights with lashes for miles. Yes, a lot goes into becoming the most beautiful you. And when that beauty transformation translates to wedding photos and Big Day... → Read More

Gregory Lombardi’s Narrative-based Approach to Landscape Architecture

Taking a narrative approach to landscape architecture is the hallmark of Cambridge-based Gregory Lombardi Design. The elements within the landscape create an outdoor storybook one can experience and interact with. “I tell people that I think about landscape as an... → Read More

Behind the Scenes of Boston’s Most Elite Weddings

Planning a wedding is no longer just flipping through a bridal magazine. It’s a smart and savvy affair, and one task that the modern bride is heading into full steam. From intel gathering to relationship building, she knows the names,... → Read More

Palliative Care Improves Quality of Life for Cancer Patients

Living with cancer can completely change life as you know it. It disrupts plans, stresses relationships and affects the way you function day to day. Although treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy may effectively eradicate some – if not all... → Read More

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Cape Cod This Summer

Is there anything more quintessentially New England than Cape Cod in the summer? The scent of clean sea salt air and fresh steamed lobster with melted butter, lazy afternoons spent on the beach or by the pool, and a summer... → Read More