Children with autism spectrum disorder find a place to learn, grow and have fun in the new Simches Family Pavilion at the Aspire Summer Adventure Camp.
The 2016 Run to Home Base raised $1.7 million to help post- 9/11 veterans, service members and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war.
Philanthropist and two-time cancer survivor Pamela Trefler funds community health programs so others can stay or get well.
Family members honor their brother’s memory with an endowed chair to fund research into rare and devastating brain disease.
Escaping the destruction of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, a Boston student gains career experience and college support through the MGH Youth Scholars Program.
A Mass General dermatology program offers tattoo removal for high-risk youth who want to leave their past behind and seek new opportunities.
An MGH fitness expert suggests using a foam roller to ease the tension in your muscles, so you can do more with your exercise routine.
Losing a leg to cancer as a teenager, Hugh Freund will compete at the top of his sport with other disabled sailors in the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
An MGH psychologist explains why core evaluations to determine eligibility for special education services are helpful for children and what types of testing to expect.
Mass General doctors are helping to create a medical laser center to treat children in Armenia for vascular malformations and scars.