A Mass General researcher discusses anesthesia and our new ability to understand the brain’s “music” by tracking brainwaves in the operating room.
Scheduling a recovery week every 4 to 6 weeks will help you to avoid getting into exercise ruts and to reach your fitness goals.
Cancer immunotherapy researchers at Mass General are identifying powerful new targets by using the immune system to fight cancer — bringing new hope to patients and changing the future course of cancer treatment.
Brain health is key to living a long and happy life. The doctors and staff at Mass General are working to develop new treatments to preserve brain function.
A psychologist explains the difference between sibling rivalry and sibling bullying and provides guidance on when to take action.
With the care of a rheumatologist and benefit of new medications, patients can manage pain and enjoy a full, active life.
Demi Isenstadt, her mother Tangley Lloyd, and their family’s foundation have helped launch and grow the Food Allergy Center at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
For some time, there has been evidence to suggest a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes could slow certain types of cancers. Until now, we didn’t know why.
Muscle soreness after a workout can limit strength and range of motion, and the discomfort will probably hamper your next two to three workouts.
The evening featured a cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, networking and a speaking program by community fundraiser Joy Greene and her care provider, Jeremy Goverman, MD.