MGH Hotline for Friday, January 27, 2012

  • Go with green

    “CHOOSE WELL, EAT WELL,” a simple, inexpensive nutrition program launched at the MGH in 2010, has proven successful in encouraging healthier choices at the hospital’s largest cafeteria, the Eat Street Café.
  • Remembering and honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

    FOR AN ENTIRE NIGHT, Jacqueline Gross lay in a ditch, afraid of the state troopers waiting outside Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church in Gadsden, Ala.
  • New year nutrition

    IT IS A FEW WEEKS after the New Year’s holiday, and even the most determined dieter may have begun to let their healthy eating resolutions slide.
  • Concert benefits Vietnam children’s clinic

    THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN will have a new lease on life thanks to the $13,000 raised during the MGH Department of Dermatology’s recent benefit concert in support of the Vascular Anomalies Center in Vietnam, which provides free treatment for youth with disfiguring birthmarks.
  • Two years after tragedy, MGH reflects

    WITHIN DAYS of the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 14, 2010, volunteers from the MGH were en route with federal and local relief organizations to assist in the response.
  • Responding to sexual exploitation

    STAFF AT THE MGH play a crucial role in the lives of their patients.

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