A MassGeneral Hospital for Children pediatrician launches a study to help parents stop the threat of childhood obesity beginning in pregnancy.
After shifting from emergency medicine to palliative care, Patricia O’Malley, MD, helps make the lives of very ill children like Zoe Meinen happier and more comfortable.
MGH researchers have developed a smartphone device that can diagnose cancer and, in the process, reduce patients’ anxiety and improve access to care.
A Mass General nurse and her kids cooking class whip up healthy snacks that are tasty.
The Home Base Program helps veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to manage stress and recognize the signs of brain injury.
Artist Remy Stressenger’s painting celebrates Mass General’s Storybook Ball and features characters from popular children’s stories.
Herman Suit, MD, PhD, a pioneer who advanced proton beam therapy, and his wife Joan Suit, PhD, a former microbial geneticist at MIT, will leave a lasting legacy through their gifts.
The Pediatric Coordinated Care Clinic at MassGeneral Hospital for Children helps families who often have nowhere else to turn.
Neurologist Anne Louise Oaklander, MD, PhD, of Mass General, uses her research to identify neurological causes of mysterious symptoms, so patients can receive better treatments.
Sydney Cash, MD, PhD, of Mass General is creating devices to help physicians and patients better understand and predict epilepsy-related seizures.