Hospital, state and city leaders say they hope the new MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention can help address a major public health crisis.
The Watts Scholarship supports the Benson-Henry Institute’s efforts to bring mind-body medicine and resiliency skills to underserved communities.
At Mass General’s Center for Disaster Medicine, a recent preparedness exercise included drills involving laboratory procedures that would be used to deal with Ebola specimens.
The MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention will focus on reducing injuries and deaths related to firearms and promoting safety in the home and in the community.
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 2018 Summer Jobs Program recognition event honored 255 high school and college students who committed 40,000 hours to Mass General and its community health centers.
Offered by the MGH Revere HealthCare Center, the Youth Zone program offers kids a place to grow, learn and have fun during the summer.
Of the 2018 graduates of the Mass General Youth Scholars Program, all 28 will attend college next year, making them the third class out of seven to attain such an accomplishment.
A Mass General study finds that those resolving cannabis problems do so at younger ages, and with less assistance than those resolving other substance-use problems.
The Mass General Emergency Department tackles the opioid overdose epidemic with new training and quicker access to a key medication.