Jennifer Gatchel MD, PhD, a Mass General researcher, is investigating the connections between mental illness and cognitive decline in aging populations.
Better antiretroviral drugs are helping young people who acquired the virus as children live longer but the challenge of staying healthy remains.
Thanks to the support of generous donors, Mass General’s Center for Celiac Research and Treatment continues to advance treatment, research and education for celiac disease and gluten-related disorders.
Mass General researchers have developed a pocket-sized device that provides food allergy sufferers with lifesaving tableside lab results.
A pilot study is underway to examine the gut microbiome and its potential role in predicting who will get celiac disease.
A Mass General endocrinologist discusses why patients should consider medications to lower their cholesterol and the role of genes and lifestyle.
Mass General researchers have developed a forecasting model for predicting future migraine attacks based on current levels of stress and head pain.
Invented at Mass General, a technology called fMRI continues to have a revolutionary impact on brain science and patient care.
Using new and sophisticated tools, experts at Mass General’s Pulmonary Nodule Clinic are detecting lung cancers earlier, when they are more curable.
A Mass General study shows that a state law for off-road vehicles has had a dramatic impact on emergency department visits and hospital admissions for children.