While the safety of e-cigarettes remains unproven, Mass General pediatricians are pushing the FDA for more protection for children.
Mass General deployed four medical teams consisting of nurses, physicians and other staff to aid in Philippines relief efforts following Typhoon Haiyan.
In the face of a growing heroin epidemic, MGH psychologist John Kelly, PhD, strives to provide easy access to science-based information about recovery.
Amid pressures to cut costs, Mass General must focus its commitment to excellence and innovation on finding ways to more economically deliver the world-class care for which it is known.
Chelsea and Revere, with experts at Mass General, are crafting plans to overcome climbing obesity rates and help children and adults lead longer, healthier lives.
Over the next decade, as a result of aging, obesity and an increasingly active senior population, it is likely that a million total joint replacements will be needed every year. The problem is that there are not enough orthopaedic surgeons […]
Employees of Massachusetts General Hospital were asked if they wished to become patients of a new clinic called the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF), a pilot project that aims to solve some of the challenges facing primary care. The […]
A stalwart of Mass General medicine says that, without better coordination, the explosion of healthcare innovation will mean chaos for medical costs.
Two decades after Congress enacted the Americans with Disabilities Act, some people with disabilities still struggle to access health care.