Mass General researchers hope to create new treatments for shigellosis, a potentially fatal digestive disorder, by factoring in genetic changes that occur in Shigella bacteria in the human digestive system.
The Think:Kids program trains parents, teachers, psychologists, correctional officers and other professionals to help children with emotional, social, and behavioral challenges build problem solving skills to succeed.
A Mass General researcher discusses the bullying of LGBT students, its long-term impact and what parents can do.
Research supported by the Mass General Transplant Golf Classic aims to make a difference in the lives of transplant patients like young Lincoln Dahlstrom.
The newly expanded Center for Feeding and Nutrition works with children with feeding disorders who struggle to consume enough food to survive.
A Mass General food allergy expert explains what the new guidelines for preventing peanut allergy mean and how they might impact your family.
A psychologist questions whether increased academic demands and changes in classroom style are contributing to rising ADHD rates.
Demi Isenstadt, her mother Tangley Lloyd, and their family’s foundation have helped launch and grow the Food Allergy Center at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
Parents can help teens identify when they feel overwhelmed and teach them mind-body exercises to help alleviate stress.
For 25 years, one woman has galvanized Swim Across America’s Boston volunteers to fund promising pediatric cancer research.