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Boston Medical Center pediatrician Scott Hadland sees firsthand the effect prescription opioids are having on local youths. He says many adolescents he treats for opioid issues were introduced through prescription drugs.

A Boston University researcher is developing a method to grow cartilage without the typical instability or imperfections associated with engineered tissue.

Research in the last decade has hinted that modern technology may enable a more tangible approach to treating nightmare disorders.
Boston University has joined the American Talent Initiative (ATI), an alliance of colleges and universities committed to improving opportunities for students from low- and moderate-income households.
Boston University's ROAD Ahead Study supports high schoolers with autism as they transition into adulthood.
Two Boston University computer scientists have developed a tool that could make it harder for hackers to find their way into networks where they don’t belong.
A BU researcher's study of sea urchins could have implications for our understanding of a wide range of issues related to human development, including cancer and birth defects.
Deepak Kumar, a Boston University assistant professor of physical therapy and athletic training, wants to help people become more active while ensuring that their newfound enthusiasm for fitness doesn’t make their knee osteoarthritis worse.
Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM), a rare but incurable disease that has paralyzed at least 116 people in 31 states in 2018, most of them under age 18. Karl Kuban, BU School of Medicine (MED) professor of pediatrics and neurology, answers questions about the disease.
A joint team of BU-MIT computer scientists reexamined algorithmic fairness, hoping to learn what, if anything, can be done to understand and minimize bias from decision-making systems that depend on computer programs.