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Strategies for Making Sense When the World Does Not Make Sense. Strategies for Making Sense When the World Does Not Make Sense. In the aftermath of September 11, children’s television legend “Mister Rogers,” created four videos for parents to
The 3 Nutritional Benefits of Pumpkin. The 3 Nutritional Benefits of Pumpkin. Pumpkins make for great seasonal decor and a latte flavor, but do they provide any nutritional benefits? While a pumpkin spice latte may include a few too many grams of
Read about what it means to get pregnant and have a healthy pregnancy in your late 30s or early 40s with insights from Lisa Luther, MD, in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Massachusetts General Hospital.
● A new study by led by Mass General researchers has identified a neurotransmitter that plays a major role in chronic pain associated with sleep loss.
What are the benefits of this more widespread adaption of telehealth services for psychiatry, and what barriers still need to be addressed?
Validating-an-MRI-Biomarker-for-Early-Onset-Alzheimers-Disease. Validating-an-MRI-Biomarker-for-Early-Onset-Alzheimers-Disease. Headshot template Alexandra Touroutoglou, PhD and Bradford Dickerson, MD, neuroscientists in the department of Neurology
Antonis A. Armoundas, PhD, a scientist in The Cardiovascular Research Center is an author of a recently published policy statement, published in Circulation, entitled “Principles for Health Information Collection, Sharing, and Use: A Policy Statement From the American Heart Association”
Research Spotlight: Learning More About the Distribution and Persistence of mRNA Vaccines in the Body
Aram J. Krauson, PhD, of the Department of Pathology at Mass General, is the first author and James Stone, MD, PhD, is the senior author of a new study in NPJ Vaccines, Duration of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccine Persistence and Factors Associated with Cardiac Involvement in Recently Vaccinated Patients.
In a randomized controlled clinical trial of adults with moderate-to-severe depression, those who participated in heated yoga sessions experienced significantly greater reductions in depressive symptoms compared with a control group.