Randall Zusman, MD, director of the Mass General Division of Hypertension, discusses the controversial new blood pressure guidelines and ways to control high blood pressure.
To help parents in the days before the 2014 Boston Marathon, a team of MGH child psychiatrists and psychologists has created parent guidance materials.
An OB/GYN physician who spoke at the 2014 Women In Global Health Symposium discusses maternal health and her journey from Africa to MGH and back.
With the investigational BrainGate system, a sensor implanted in the part of the brain that controls motion allows paralyzed patients to control a robot arm by thought.
Thanks to the work of Drs. Alice Shaw and Jeff Engelman, important discoveries are being made about ALK-positive non-small-cell lung cancer at Mass General.
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 rising obesity rates, Mass General psychologist Richard Ginsburg, PhD, says adults need to take action to encourage kids’ exercise.
Mass General’s Aaron Baggish, MD, the medical co-director of the Boston Athletic Association, will never forget what he witnessed as one of the first doctors on the scene of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. But these days, the cardiologist prefers to stay focused on what lies ahead as he gets ready for the 118th Boston Marathon on April 21.
Six Mass General nurses who cared for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 are training together to run in the 2014 Boston Marathon.
The Mass General Cardio Oncology Program is designed to coordinate care for cancer patients and cancer survivors who have heart disease or are at risk of developing it.