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.
A long alliance with a Mass General researcher inspires the McCormick family to boost its support for transformational research on celiac disease.
A pediatric cancer effort overseen by the Mass General Center for Global Health is making a difference in the lives of families and children.
Physicians and public health experts collaborate and contribute to global conversation on climate change and its risks.
Aspire’s 19th annual gala raised more than $2.6 million while spotlighting those who matter most to young people on the autism spectrum.
A community fundraising initiative called No Empty Bedsides helps families be at their child’s bedside during the anxious times of extended hospitalizations.
A mother is running the Boston Marathon® because of the care given to her family during her pregnancy with triplets and daughter’s medical issues.