Two experts from the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds provide pointers and perspective to help parents make sure their kids aren’t misusing smartphones.
Mass General’s Clay Center for Young Health Minds will provide practical and engaging guidance to support the mental, emotional and behavioral well-being of children, teens and young adults.
A Mass General study shows that a state law for off-road vehicles has had a dramatic impact on emergency department visits and hospital admissions for children.
Aiming to turn his own experience with Crohn’s disease into a positive, Liam Doherty launched a campaign to support Mass General research into the disease.
Until she came to Mass General’s Food Allergy Center, Reese Robledo’s allergies were so severe that she couldn’t ride the school bus with other kids.
The 2017 Storybook Ball raised more than $2.25 million to support pediatric research and patient care programs at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
At MassGeneral Hospital for Children, experts in disorders of the newborn brain are giving hope and guidance to families during stressful times.
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.