It’s okay to skip your monthly period on purpose, says Carrie Coleman, MD, MGH obstetrician/gynecologist.
A small company with big goals, Kerivan-Lane has mobilized its community of customers, vendors, friends, family and business associates to support Mass General’s world-class cancer research and care.
A Mass General fitness expert shares his advice on how often you should exercise and what types of exercise are important.
New data indicates MGH addiction consult teams are helping patients with substance use disorders reduce the severity of their addictions and maintain sobriety.
MGH researchers are testing a system for identifying bacterial infections that could save lives, speed recovery and reduce healthcare costs.
The pen is mightier than the scalpel when it comes to preventing injuries, says Peter Masiakos, MD, who leads the MGH Trauma Injury Prevention and Outreach Program.
An MGH psychologist shares tips for parents on finding activities to stimulate young minds during the summer.
A Mass General Cancer Center psychiatrist is leading an effort to improve cancer care for people who also have severe mental illnesses.
The 2016 event marks the continued quest of the MGH Leadership Council for Psychiatry to raise awareness of mental illness and diminish its stigma.
Treatments for the gastrointestinal disorder range from dietary changes to cholesterol medication and hypnotherapy.