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If you’ve ever stayed up late angrily commenting on Twitter posts, eating a whole pint of ice cream out of the container, finishing another bottle of wine, or just feeling miserable, you might identify with the Mind After Midnight hypothesis.
More research is needed to understand the neurophysiological changes in the brain that occur when we’re awake during the circadian night.
July is Bereaved Parents Month, an internationally recognized day to honor the parents of children who have died. Find out how MGfC's new Pediatric Bereavement Program observed the month.
Carl Marci, MD, psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, has spent much of his career studying the neurobiology of empathy and how people connect with objects on a deep, emotional level. He graduated from Harvard Medical School and then did his psychiatry training in the combined Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital program.
For Amelia Henning, CNM, MSN, IBCLC, midwifery combines all the things she’s interested in: healthcare, women, and supporting natural processes. She believes midwifery care matters and how we approach pregnancy & women’s health care makes a difference. In the following Q&A, Amelia shares what she loves most about her career, what motivates her, and her love of problem-solving lactation challenges with new parents.
The brain of a woman with a family history of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease who lived dementia-free into her 70s is providing researchers with important information about the pathobiology of Alzheimer’s dementia and possible ways to prevent or treat it.
The process allows researchers to see many different molecules at the same time in their natural state without destroying them.
Among both men and women, non-smokers and smokers, lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer-related death. n recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Massachusetts General Hospital physicians answer common questions related to lung cancer.
Discrimination Took A Toll on the Mental Health of Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups During the COVID-19 Pandemic
People who reported experiencing discrimination more than once a week early in the pandemic had seventeen-fold increased odds of moderate to severe depressive symptoms and ten-fold increased odds of suicidal ideation.