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.
The family of Hillary Tufts is grateful for the neonatal care she received at Mass General after a tumultuous and premature entrance into the world.
With care from Mass General, Sofia Izzi is proving she is capable of big things despite her diagnosis with Pitt Hopkins syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.
Harland Winter, MD, hopes his research will help to determine the roles that nutrition and the microbiome play in causing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
A little boy’s violent rages took control of his family’s life until they turned to a Mass General expert in pediatric bipolar disorder.
By playing soccer around the clock, the Boston Bolts youth soccer club is raising awareness and support for sports concussion research.
Listening carefully to parents helped an expert MassGeneral Hospital for Children team successfully treat a 17-year-old who has autism spectrum disorder and is nonverbal.
The 2018 event raised more than $2.1 million to support MassGeneral Hospital for Children research and care programs.