Today Mayor Wu announced the launch of the City’s  Healthy and Green Retrofit Pilot Program. This new initiative – led by the Mayor’s Office of Housing with support from


According to healthcare consultants' forecasts, US employers are preparing for the most significant rise in health insurance expenses in ten years next year. However,

The Biden administration has unveiled plans to allocate $600 million in funding for the production of new at-home COVID-19 tests. Additionally, they are reopening a website that allows


In a significant move, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has announced the allocation of over $1.4 billion to initiate the development of innovative

In March of this year, the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission released data that found in 2021, the average annual healthcare spending per family in Massachusetts, including insurance


The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today announced the creation of the Community Health Equity Empowerment Fund (CHEE Fund), a new initiative that will provide grants to local


A joint report from Harvard Law School and New York University has sounded the alarm that the next global pandemic could potentially emerge from the United States. The report focuses on


Mayors from across the United States are sounding the alarm on the growing mental health crisis that is affecting communities nationwide. The stigma surrounding mental illness and the lack


Governor Kathy Hochul today directed the Department of Public Service, Department of Health, and Department of Environmental Conservation to immediately investigate a recent report of old


The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today announced that a mosquito pool located in South Boston tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). The virus is carried by mosquitos and