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.
Stephanie Rosa will run the 2019 Boston Marathon® to raise money for Mass General pediatric cancer programs like those that have benefited her daughter, Olivia, who has a brain tumor.
Psychologist Ellen Braaten, PhD, from Mass General’s Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, says determining which behavioral issues merit professional attention depends on how much they interfere with a child’s functioning.
The MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention will focus on reducing injuries and deaths related to firearms and promoting safety in the home and in the community.
By running the Boston Marathon® for Mass General, Andrew Cappetta aims to help kids with cancer and honor his mom, who bravely faced pancreatic cancer.
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.
Marissa Capua is running the Boston Marathon® on Mass General’s Emergency Response team for the second time, in honor of her parents, who have both been treated at the Mass General Cancer Center.
Mass General researchers have found that a hormone that modulates sleep also controls the production of inflammatory cells.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill and his wife Caitlin are challenging baseball fans to help them raise $1 million in 2019 to support Mass General research into rare and undiagnosed diseases like the one that touched their family.
The study by Mass General researchers is the first of its kind to test whether positive psychology exercises boost happiness in persons in recovery from substance use.