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    • patient education

    How Can Parents Help Children After A National Tragedy?

    Gene Beresin, MD, director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training at Massachusetts General Hospital and director of the MGH Center for Mental Health and Media, shares advice on how to talk to children and teenagers after a national tragedy.

    • patient story

    Molly’s story: Human connection and innovative surgery helps teen with scoliosis

    When Molly Muprhy, 15, was in elementary school, a physical therapist found that she had scoliosis. If a back brace was not able to limit the progression of the curve, Molly’s family knew that eventually, she would need surgery. With a new surgical technique called anterior vertebral tethering, Molly's scoliosis and quality of life have improved.

    • press release

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    medications-excessive-alcohol-use-prevent-treat-ald. medications-excessive-alcohol-use-prevent-treat-ald. Key Takeaways • In an analysis of information from the Mass General Brigham Biobank on individuals with alcohol use disorder, patients

    • patient education

    Mental Health Challenges for College Students

    Transitions can be hard for anyone, but new college freshmen who also need to make a plan for their mental health needs require a specific set of tools for coping with this important life milestone. Learn more about preparing for mental health challenges in college.

    • patient education

    What to do with COVID Anger

    Following news of yet another potential surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the subvariant of Omicron, many people are facing an uncomfortable feeling: anger.

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