A Mass General endocrinologist discusses why patients should consider medications to lower their cholesterol and the role of genes and lifestyle.
A pioneer in the field of population health management, Mass General is finding new ways to enhance healthcare quality while also reducing costs.
The co-directors of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program discuss what they’ve learned during its first decade and what still needs to be done.
Grateful for her own hard-won recovery, Joy Greene devotes herself to helping other burn survivors and supporting burn research.
Seventy-five years ago, the largest nightclub fire in U.S. history became a milestone in modern medicine as Mass General doctors pioneered the treatment of burns and studied grief.
Until she came to Mass General’s Food Allergy Center, Reese Robledo’s allergies were so severe that she couldn’t ride the school bus with other kids.
Mass General ALS experts believe the new ALS House Call Program will help to change the course of medical care planning and improve outcomes for people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Lyme disease cases spike in the warmer months. Proto Magazine reports that research on the disease is inching forward, as the number of reported infections reaches new heights.
The Connell-Jones Endowed Chair in Nursing and Patient Care Research will continue to elevate the standard of nursing, patient care and research.
The newly expanded Center for Feeding and Nutrition works with children with feeding disorders who struggle to consume enough food to survive.