Maddie Schiller, who has leukemia, is raising funds to support families who have children living with cancer.
“I wish I could eat, but my brain says no”: The Neuroscience of Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder Q&A — two experts describe groundbreaking research and answer questions that help children, teens and adults with food, weight and body issues.
A longstanding supporter, The Peabody Foundation has provided ‘game-changing’ funding for pediatric orthopedics at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
In this role, Dr. Taveras will work collaboratively with leaders from across the system to lead Mass General Brigham forward as a force for change in confronting inequity and racism.
“Children never age out here,” says Ron Kleinman, MD, Physician-in-Chief of MassGeneral Hospital for Children, who shares his vision for a healthier world for children and families.
In many cases, ear infections should be allowed to run their course while managing pain, says a pediatrician at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
Gene Beresin, MD, of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, shares tips for parents to help children, teens cope with situational anxiety.
Ruth and Charlie Michaelson added a bequest in their living revocable trust to show their gratitude to Mass General.
The disturbing images from our nation’s Capitol last week can impact children and teens. The Clay Center offers resources for parents and caregivers.
Sarah Mannion ran the virtual Boston Marathon in honor of Mass General and the treatment of her son, who has a cleft lip and palate.