Results from the regimen evaluating verdiperstat, an oral myeloperoxidase inhibitor that is thought to reduce neuro-inflammation in adults with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
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In this webinar, Dr. Jodi Sherman explores misguided notions about single-use disposable medical devices, which have resulted in increased health care expenditures, waste, pollution, and associated health damages.
At Massachusetts General Hospital, our dedicated physicians, nurses and staff are committed to providing the best possible specialty care—safely and effectively.
A Hydrogel That Allows for Quick Burn Dressing Changes While Minimizing Pain Has Been Developed by Mass General
The new biomaterial would help eliminate painful wound dressing changes for patients that increase the risk of wound infections and potentially life-threatening sepsis and multi-organ failure.
Massachusetts General Hospital Registered Dietitian, Alison Graziano, RDN, LDN, offers a healthy recipe for chickpea soup that will keep you warm this fall (and beyond)!
Pumpkins are just one of the dozens of seasonal produce options available in New England during the fall. Massachusetts General Hospital Registered Dietitian, Alison Graziano, RDN, LDN, provides her favorite fall produce picks and their nutrition benefits for you to try this season.
As the cold weather approaches, flu season comes with it. But there are a few simple strategies you can take to avoid getting sick. This article provides five tips for staying healthy this fall.
JeffersonEAP. JeffersonEAP. With philanthropic support from Kulicke & Soffa, Massachusetts General Hospital and Jefferson Hospital announced a multi-year donation to establish and support the Multicenter Expanded Access Protocol (EAP) Companion
Massachusetts General Hospital researchers complete first study comparing commonly used type 2 diabetes medications.
When patients with lupus received lower dosing of hydroxychloroquine—in accordance with current ophthalmology guidelines—they had a higher risk of lupus flares than when they were taking a higher dose of the medication.