Far too often a barrier to care for Asian American students is the often-tragic breakdown in intergenerational and cross-cultural communication among immigrant families. Learn how the Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness is reducing shame and stigma about mental health problems from center director and co-founder, Justin A. Chen, MD, MPH.
Maddie Schiller, who has leukemia, is raising funds to support families who have children living with cancer.
An estate planning attorney can ensure that your financial and estate plans reflect your wishes and create the legacy that you want.
Why are a number of patients readmitted to the hospital soon after discharge? Learn how her Healthcare Transformation Lab fellowship at Mass General helped Jocelyn Carter, MD, MPH, find answers and solutions.
“I wish I could eat, but my brain says no”: The Neuroscience of Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder Q&A — two experts describe groundbreaking research and answer questions that help children, teens and adults with food, weight and body issues.
“Some patients have to live by candlelight, or they are in pain all the time,” says Amy Dickey, MD, a Healthcare Transformation Lab fellow, whose pioneering research focuses on porphyria, a rare genetic disease that causes sensitivity to light.
A longstanding supporter, The Peabody Foundation has provided ‘game-changing’ funding for pediatric orthopedics at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
A Massachusetts General Hospital nutritionist offers tips on food choices that can help you maintain good brain health and age well.
Thanks to support from Spirit of Children, child life specialists at Mass General make the hospital more of a home for pediatric patients.
Mass General’s Global Disaster Response and Humanitarian Action Program (GDRHA) has played a key role in responding to the COVID-19 crisis across the nation and around the world.