Craig LeMoult

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AI could help doctors make better diagnoses

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

An artificial intelligence upgrade could be coming soon to a computer program called UpToDate that is used by more than 2 million health care professionals to make decisions about patients' care.


A boat of octogenarians rowers is competing in Boston

Saturday, October 22, 2022

Thousands of rowers are in Boston this weekend for the world's largest 3-day rowing regatta. One boat has eight rowers and a coxswain who are all in their 80s or almost there.


A dental hygienist shortage has dentist offices struggling to schedule patients

Monday, September 12, 2022

Across the country, dentists are having a hard time scheduling all their patients because they don't have enough help from dental hygienists. Many hygienists left the field over the last few years.


When it comes to darker skin, pulse oximeters fall short

Monday, July 11, 2022

These devices measure blood oxygen levels and can help identify when patients are dangerously ill. But research shows they can deliver misleading results for people with darker skin.


Some white congregations are paying to use hymns written by enslaved African people

Saturday, January 08, 2022

Some white congregations are paying what they're calling "royalites" when they sing hymns that come from the Negro spiritual tradition. They say it's a matter of racial justice.


With safety in mind, schools are getting their bands back together

Saturday, October 23, 2021

With students back at school this fall, classes sound almost normal — they just look a little different.


Music classes are back in school this year, finally indoors and off Zoom

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

For many students, band and choir classes were a far cry from normal last year — students practiced outside or over Zoom. With students back in school this fall, music classes look almost normal.


After A Year Of Mostly Cancellations, Bookings Are Back For Many Event Venues

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Phones are once again ringing at event spaces that were largely closed during the pandemic. And venues are starting to navigate the new normal as people being to plan long-postponed celebrations.


Feeling Cooped Up? Let Your Mind Fly Free With 'What It's Like To Be A Bird'

Monday, April 13, 2020

People sheltering-in-place due to the coronavirus pandemic may want to know more about the lives of the birds they see outside their window. Illustrator David Allen Sibley's new book might help.


David Allen Sibley Takes You Bird-Watching Amid Coronavirus Shutdowns

Sunday, April 12, 2020

The author of "The Sibley Guide to Birds" has a new book aimed at people who want to know more about the lives of the birds they see out their windows.


Columbia Gas To Pay Record Fine For 2018 Massachusetts Gas Explosions

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The gas utility responsible for fires and explosions across three communities north of Boston in 2018 is pleading guilty to violating federal safety regulations — and will pay a record fine.


Baby Anacondas Surprise Aquarium

Sunday, May 26, 2019

The birth of two anacondas at the New England Aquarium took everyone by surprise because the exhibit has no male snakes.


The End Of A Massachusetts Magic Institution

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Magicians in New England are mourning the end of an era. A beloved Massachusetts magic store has closed its doors. For years, it was a place to trade tricks and swap stories.


Researchers Worry Right Whales Could Be Harmed During Seismic Testing

Monday, April 15, 2019

Oil and gas companies will do seismic testing to see what's under the ocean floor, part of the Trump administration's push to expand drilling. Experts say that could harm some endangered animals.


Wynn Resort Executives Face Questioning To Determine If Boston-Area Casino Can Open

Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Massachusetts is reconsidering a decision to issue a casino license for Wynn resorts. Hearings center on sexual harassment allegations against company founder and former CEO Steve Wynn.


Pipeline Safety Act Deters New Safety Regulations On Natural Gas Pipelines

Thursday, March 07, 2019

A quirk in the Pipeline Safety Act makes it hard to toughen safety regulations on natural gas pipelines to avoid deadly explosions. The act is up for renewal this year.


Boston Celebrates Red Sox World Series Championship Over L.A. Dodgers

Monday, October 29, 2018

The city of Boston is celebrating another World Series win, after the Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday night for their fourth championship since 2004.


With Temperatures Dropping, Mass. Residents Still Lack Heat Weeks After Gas Fires

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Following a series of major gas explosions, many residents are still without heat or hot water. As temperatures begin to drop, people are questioning when their homes will be warm again.


Thousands Of Massachusetts Residents Without Gas Service A Month After Explosions

Friday, October 12, 2018

Crews are working to replace pipelines, but with temperatures expected to drop, officials are also arranging alternative housing, including trailer parks.


Massachusetts Gas Leaks Set Off Series Of Explosions

Friday, September 14, 2018

Three Massachusetts communities are recovering from a series of natural gas explosions that rocked the region on Thursday. At least one person was killed. Residents have a lot of questions.