New research out of McLean Hospital suggests that Xenon gas, when administered to rats after a fearful event, can interfere with memory consolidation. Scientists hope these results can eventually lead to a treatment for PTSD in humans.
Fontenot joined the Massachusetts Air National Guard this past February, and was the full-time Wing Inspector General and an instructor pilot for the 104th Fighter Wing, based at Barnes air base in Westfield.
For most of us, the arrival of Labor Day weekend marks the bittersweet finale to the season of vacation and rest. Our commentator doesn’t feel wistful about summer’s end this year.
It’s game time at UMass Amherst. The Minutemen football team faces Boston College at Gillette Stadium on Saturday. This is the third year since the team made the costly and contentious move up to college football’s top division.
The first in a series of reports on candidates for Massachusetts governor ahead of the September 9th primary election.
The pilot flying the Massachusetts Air National Guard fighter jet that crashed in rural Virginia Wednesday has been confirmed dead. That’s according to a statement from Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield.
The first debate between Connecticut’s two major party candidates for governor produced few surprises, as Tom Foley and Dannel Malloy tackled recurring issues, including gun control and economic development.
The three Democratic candidates for Massachusetts governor gathered in Chicopee Wednesday night. There was little back-and forth among them as they make their final push ahead of the September 9th primary.
Many details remain unclear about the crash of an F-15C fighter jet Wednesday morning in Virginia. The jet is part of the 104th Fighter Wing at the Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield, Massachusetts.
An F-15C jet based at the Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield, Massachusetts crashed this morning in Virginia, according to a statement from Barnes.
With less than two weeks until Primary Day, the two Democrats running for attorney general are locked in a tight fight.
Gov. Peter Shumlin is the Democratic nominee, while Scott Milne beats back write-in campaign to get GOP nod.
Primary voters head to polls today to decide which candidates will represent Vermont’s three major parties in the general election in November. Two write-in candidacies have created some electoral intrigue this year.
One in 68 children are thought to have autism spectrum disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The disorder varies widely in severity. But one common trait is the tendency to get overstimulated by noise, lights, and other trappings of modern life. A recent effort tried to bring down the sensory stimulation — just in time for back-to-school shopping.
The Democrats squared off on Herald Radio, while the Republicans took the stage at the Globe. One was feisty and the other was calm.