A Mass General geriatrician describes how doctors determine whether a patient is suffering from dementia or the normal memory loss that often comes with aging.
An MGH Fund donor and hospital volunteer spends many of his hours just being there for patients and offering encouragement.
The Watts Scholarship supports the Benson-Henry Institute’s efforts to bring mind-body medicine and resiliency skills to underserved communities.
A physical therapist says specific pelvic floor exercises can eliminate or help control problems like urinary leakage and pain.
A mother is running the Boston Marathon® because of the care given to her family during her pregnancy with triplets and daughter’s medical issues.
A Mass General specialist says acid reflux can be reduced by taking medication, losing weight, quitting smoking, avoiding certain foods and elevating the head of your bed.
By running the Boston Marathon® for Mass General, Andrew Cappetta aims to help kids with cancer and honor his mom, who bravely faced pancreatic cancer.
An expert in treating women with bladder control problems and pelvic floor disorders says exercise and dietary techniques can help.
A Mass General gynecologist says many women could benefit from using hormone therapy to manage hot flashes and menopause symptoms.
The Fracture Liaison Service helps patients prevent a second hip fracture or bone fracture by encouraging medication use, exercise and safety.