A Mass General geriatrician describes how doctors determine whether a patient is suffering from dementia or the normal memory loss that often comes with aging.
An MGH Fund donor and hospital volunteer spends many of his hours just being there for patients and offering encouragement.
A physical therapist says specific pelvic floor exercises can eliminate or help control problems like urinary leakage and pain.
Mass General’s newly launched Marfan Syndrome and Related Disorders Clinic is part of a collaborative effort to gain a better understanding of what strains the aorta and causes ruptures.
Alarmed by the discovery of a tumor growing in her brain, a Brazilian woman who traveled to Mass General for treatment is now tumor free and endowing a research scholar in honor of neurosurgeon Robert L. Martuza, MD.
A targeted drug generating excitement for one hard-to-treat type of breast cancer that has spread may also help women with other aggressive breast cancers.
Mass General’s plans to construct a new building mark a significant step in a two-centuries-old march of campus revitalization and renewal.
A Mass General specialist says acid reflux can be reduced by taking medication, losing weight, quitting smoking, avoiding certain foods and elevating the head of your bed.
Mass General Global Nursing Fellow Jennifer Duran, RN, recently taught and trained with nurses, students, midwives and residents at the Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital neonatal intensive care unit in Uganda.
The gift from philanthropists James S. and Carol J. Herscot — one of the largest in Mass General’s history — will further support The Herscot Center for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, capital projects and hospital initiatives.