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.
A clinic of MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center at Chelsea High School helps students navigate injuries, illnesses, sexual health and mental health care.
Through the MGH Asylum Clinic, physician-volunteers from Mass General support asylum seekers by providing medical evidence of past trauma.
Mass General dermatologists, residents and medical students are leading a skin wellness initiative designed to help women in homeless shelters gain confidence and get needed care.
Elsie Taveras, MD, MPH, uses clinical and community-based research to address the causes of childhood health problems and reduce health disparities.
The CareZONE mobile health van aims to better engage individuals struggling with addiction and complex health conditions.
Better antiretroviral drugs are helping young people who acquired the virus as children live longer but the challenge of staying healthy remains.