For Down syndrome and many other specialties, MassGeneral Hospital for Children offers programs that help pediatric patients and their families make a seamless transition to adult care.
Randall Zusman, MD, director of the Mass General Division of Hypertension, discusses the controversial new blood pressure guidelines and ways to control high blood pressure.
Sue Cummings, MS, RD, a registered dietitian at the MGH Weight Center, offers her advice for developing heart-healthy eating habits.
To care for Boston Marathon bombing victims, Mass General activated a meticulous plan that put the entire hospital in disaster-response mode.
A young woman gets a medication-free kidney transplant after MGH doctors transplanted bone marrow to make her immune system think the new organ was her own.
For many, the holidays are filled with pleasures — relaxing, enjoying good food and reconnecting with loved ones. But sometimes the holiday spirit can be overshadowed by packed schedules, pressure to find “perfect” gifts, houseguests and travel.
Mass General’s new TeleHealth initiative reflects a broader effort to provide world-class care in ways that are more convenient and less expensive.
Knowing when to return to competition after a sports concussion can be a difficult decision that benefits from expert advice.
Sleep apnea treatment often involves using a mask and an air pump but a Mass General expert says there are many variations and options to consider.
With the help of family and the Mass General Lurie Center for Autism, Colleen McFarland, who has an autism spectrum disorder, is pursuing new possibilities.