Emergency physician Renee Salas, MD, MPH, MS, says doctors are already seeing the health effects of climate change among their patients.
The PACT Program helps parents cope with the trauma of a cancer diagnosis and the uncertainty about what to tell their children.
At Mass General, many physicians, nurses, researchers and health workers believe protecting patients should involve more than treating illness and injury.
Grateful for her own hard-won recovery, Joy Greene devotes herself to helping other burn survivors and supporting burn research.
The Mass General Cancer Center tackles the dual challenge of treating cancer patients who also have substance use disorders with an innovative approach.
Mass General obesity medicine expert, Lee Kaplan, MD, PhD, says that old, one-size-fits-all ideas about obesity are giving way to a new understanding that points towards more individualized treatment.
Working with tiny, magnetic nanoparticles, a Mass General doctor is creating a quick and accurate test for typhoid fever, a life-threatening disease that affects millions worldwide.
A Massachusetts teenager, forced into the sex trade by a human trafficker, builds a new life with the help of the MGH Freedom Clinic.
By developing a simple device to prevent postpartum bleeding, a Mass General team seeks a sustainable solution for a deadly global problem.
Sparked by inexplicable symptoms in one patient, an intrepid physician’s investigation led to the discovery of a new disease that afflicts many worldwide.