Mark Annunziata will run the 2015 Boston Marathon for the MGH Emergency Response team in thanks for the care he received after a cab hit him in 2011,
Mass General experts share some kids’ fitness strategies that can help pave the way to a healthier adulthood.
Running to train for a marathon cuts heart disease risk and boosts heart structure and function, according to a study led by cardiologist Aaron Baggish, MD.
For ten years, the Disparities Solutions Center has been using Mass General’s successes in reducing health disparities to engage others nationally.
Three-year-old Caden Zedower is beating cancer and his mom wants to give back by running the 2015 Boston Marathon for Mass General’s pediatric cancer team.
Mass General researcher and donor Joel Habener, MD, advances diabetes research and the careers of promising young investigators.
The scientists at the Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center are pioneering a unique new gene therapy that could stop the disease in its tracks.
Mass General is leading an important effort to improve care, reduce costs, and increase efficiency with one goal in mind: to improve the patient experience.
A team from the MGH Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) has launched an iPhone app created to help study type 2 diabetes.
Helping women with heart disease give birth to healthy babies is the mission of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Cardiovascular Disease and Pregnancy Service, which is co-directed by cardiologist Nandita Scott, MD.