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.
Psychologist Ellen Braaten, PhD, from Mass General’s Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, says determining which behavioral issues merit professional attention depends on how much they interfere with a child’s functioning.
By running the Boston Marathon® for Mass General, Andrew Cappetta aims to help kids with cancer and honor his mom, who bravely faced pancreatic cancer.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill and his wife Caitlin are challenging baseball fans to help them raise $1 million in 2019 to support Mass General research into rare and undiagnosed diseases like the one that touched their family.
A Mass General tobacco researcher offers an insightful primer on vaping and e-cigarettes, and their risks for young people.
Grey Greenough, 2, has overcome early nutrition issues thanks to his dedicated family and a team of experts at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
The PACT Program helps parents cope with the trauma of a cancer diagnosis and the uncertainty about what to tell their children.
With so many high school students using nicotine products, Mass General pediatrician Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, urges stronger action at all levels of government.