Mass General researchers find that workplace wellness programs have no significant short-term effect on clinical measures of health or healthcare spending.
Mass General researchers find moisturizers marketed to women cost around $3/ounce more than those targeted to men with no significant differences in ingredients
Physicians and public health experts collaborate and contribute to global conversation on climate change and its risks.
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.
A Mass General tobacco researcher offers an insightful primer on vaping and e-cigarettes, and their risks for young people.
Emergency physician Renee Salas, MD, MPH, MS, says doctors are already seeing the health effects of climate change among their patients.
A Mass General study finds that patients think the care they get through virtual video visits is the same as or better than what the receive at traditional office visits.
With so many high school students using nicotine products, Mass General pediatrician Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, urges stronger action at all levels of government.
At Mass General, many physicians, nurses, researchers and health workers believe protecting patients should involve more than treating illness and injury.
Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology (CAMTech) recently held its Gun-Violence Prevention: Hack-a-thon and Demo Day to generate innovative solutions in gun-violence prevention, mental health, community resilience and public policy.