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Fund-raiser for Duxbury father draws thousands of donations, outpouring of support

Strangers, colleagues, and fellow health care providers are expressing their own heartache and hope on a fund-raising website created to support Patrick Clancy, whose wife is charged with killing their children in their Duxbury home on Tuesday.

Readers share their mental health struggles after childbirth

We received feedback from dozens of women across the country, with many of them offering advice to other mothers who may be suffering in silence.

New York veterinary clinic Small Door expands to Newton

Small Door offers an app that gives pet owners continuous access to its medical team, allows customers to book appointments online, and provides electronic access to health records.

Duxbury deaths put a spotlight on postpartum mood disorders. Here’s how to recognize them and where to get help.

A Duxbury mom charged with killing two of her children previously posted on Facebook about struggling with postpartum anxiety. Nearly a fifth of new mothers in the United States experience postpartum depression or other pregnancy-related mood disorders.

New coronavirus waste water surveillance program reveals neighborhood disparities

Roxbury has the highest coronavirus levels in the city — more than three times those of Roslindale/West Roxbury and Charlestown, which had the lowest levels.

We want to know: Have you experienced postpartum depression?

The tragic situation in Duxbury, where a young mother is charged with killing two of her children, has sparked a conversation about the mental struggles women face after giving birth.

How could a Duxbury mother allegedly kill her children? Experts say mental illness can distort thinking.

Lindsay Clancy is charged with killing two of her children and injuring a third child.

Dude, where’s my car? Brigham researchers find we’re good at recalling approximate location of objects.

Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital sought to capture the brain’s capacity to store such details, suggesting in a new study that people automatically encode vast amounts of data on not only where, but when, they saw something.