To cope with the threat of climate change, young people need to believe that their advocacy and action can effect real and positive change, a Mass General psychiatrist says.
Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at age six, Liam Doherty launched a lemonade stand to support research at the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
Volunteer Faith Wilcox spends time each week helping young patients and their families seek relief through the “Journals of Hope” program.
The Granite State Quest fundraising ride has a strong community of supporters, all driven to find a cure for childhood cancer.
A Mass General dietitian advises parents packing a school lunch to aim for nutritional balance while being creative to add excitement to the lunch box.
Mass General and partners help Chelsea, Massachusetts families celebrate summer with a focus on healthy eating, movement and community education.
Jesse Simon’s life has changed dramatically since he came to MassGeneral Hospital for Children to receive care for a rare genetic disorder that puzzled doctors elsewhere for years.
Anne Fishel, PhD, director and co-founder of The Family Dinner Project, says eating together is good for the spirit, brain and health of all family members.
Pediatric Epilepsy Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children uses dog training to help youths with epilepsy build social skills and self-confidence.
Thanks to doctors at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, 5-year-old Michael Kostecki will enter kindergarten this fall without a tracheostomy tube or a nurse trailing after him.