On July 21, 2015, MGH employees, supporters and honored guests celebrated Mass General being named #1 in the nation on the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list.
MGH physician Sara Schoenfeld, MD, stresses the importance of preventing bone fractures caused by osteoporosis and offers some simple lifestyle tips.
When you have cancer, eating can be a challenge. Adjusting your diet can help your body fight the disease.
Worried about your teen driving? Before you turn over the keys, read tips from a Mass General trauma surgeon who is a leader in injury prevention.
A team from Massachusetts General Hospital’s Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery travels annually to Colombia to offer critically-needed treatment to children who would otherwise not receive care.
A Mass General expert shares tips about how to talk to your teen about substance use at concerts.
Two young physicians are furthering their medical educations and doing cancer research with a foundation grant intended to support and encourage diversity among Mass General physicians.
When a rare radiation treatment was needed for Ani to recover after the removal of a large, cancerous brain tumor, Mass General delivered with loving care.
A Mass General nurse and her kids cooking class whip up healthy snacks that are tasty.
U.S. News and World Report has named Mass General the #1 hospital in its national survey. MGH President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says being the best for patients and families is the hospital’s goal.