Emily Riemer, WCVB-TV Boston

Emily Riemer

WCVB-TV Boston

Boston, MA, United States

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  • KOAT.com
  • WGAL
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  • WXII 12 News

Recent articles by Emily:

Video: Boston expert provides tips for protesters amid pandemic

Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, of Brigham and Women's Hospital, says the COVID-19 pandemic should not be a reason to keep people from demonstrating. → Read More

Bilingual clinicians provide comfort and connection to COVID patients

Mass General Hospital has treated thousands COVID-19 patients. At one point, nearly half of them were Spanish speakers and the interpreter team was overwhelmed. So a group of physicians stepped up to help. → Read More

Bilingual clinicians provide comfort and connection to COVID patients

Mass General Hospital has treated thousands COVID-19 patients. At one point, nearly half of them were Spanish speakers and the interpreter team was overwhelmed. → Read More

Doctor's advice to families considering theme park visits

With theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios announcing they will reopen in the coming weeks, a Boston Children's Hospital doctor speaks about what the risks are. → Read More

Simple steps to stop masks from irritating skin

While masks provide some protection from COVID-19, they can also irritate the often sensitive skin on your face. → Read More

Video: Boston expert says worst appears to be behind us in Mass.

Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, of Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses the latest developments in the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Creative solution connects Tufts COVID patients and families

A team at Tufts Medical Center came up with a creative solution to bridge the gap and bring loved ones together. → Read More

Follow these distancing guidelines for Memorial Day weekend

Dr. Shira Doron, hospital epidemiologist at Tufts Medical Center also explains if people who may want to swim face any transmission risk with pools or swimming? → Read More

Team looks for laughter at Boston Children's Hospital

Room by room, they hope to brighten what can be dark days. → Read More

Tufts doctor on use of Hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients

Dr. Helen Boucherchief of geographic medicine and infectious diseases at Tufts Medical Center, speaks about the use of Hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Simple solutions to alleviate work-from-home pain

Working from home can be hard and in some cases, painful. A less than ideal office set up can lead to neck or low-back pain but there are simple solutions and you can try them even while you're working. → Read More

Simple solutions to alleviate work-from-home pain

Working from home can be hard and in some cases, painful. A less than ideal office set up can lead to neck or low-back pain but there are simple solutions and you can try them even while you're working. → Read More

Cambridge company hopes to have antigen test approved by FDA

Antigen testing is the newest option when it comes to detecting COVID-19 and a Cambridge-based company believes its test will make a difference on that front. → Read More

Tufts scientists volunteer to aid Mass. coronavirus testing effort

In early March, research labs across Massachusetts began to ramp down their work as coronavirus spread and restrictions were put in place. → Read More

How new antigen testing could help coronavirus research

Dr. Helen Boucher, chief of geographic medicine and infectious diseases at Tufts Medical Center, explains how antigen testing could be helpful to combat the coronavirus. → Read More

Massachusetts researchers report progress towards more sensitive coronavirus antibody test

Progress is being made towards a more sensitive antibody test that could not only tell if an individual has contracted COVID-19 in the past but whether they might have immunity to it. → Read More

Mass. doctors making progress toward more sensitive coronavirus antibody test

Progress is being made toward a more sensitive antibody test, one that could not only tell if someone had COVID-19, but whether they might have immunity from it. → Read More

Video honors nurses at Brigham and Women's Hospital

As people across the country recognize National Nurse's Week, one nurse at Brigham and Women's Hospital has a message for thousands of others living a reality many never imagined. → Read More

Video: Boston medical expert explains importance of face coverings

Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, of Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses the latest developments in the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Families struggle with coronavirus restriction fatigue

The novelty of working from home or remote schooling has likely worn off by now. That feeling is normal and there are strategies that can help the whole family. → Read More