Mass General researchers have uncovered that cilia sense biomechanical force in order to sculpt the developing body.
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While our real rewards are caring for patients, welcoming babies into the world, having a breakthrough in our research, and more, it is also meaningful when our work is recognized by our peers and colleagues.
In a year marked by continued COVID surges and national challenges to fundamental reproductive health care, we are proud to have advanced our department’s mission to lead in the care and science of our patient’s reproductive and gynecologic health.
Postoperative delirium occurs in 10-30% of older patients who are recovering from heart surgery and has been linked with long term cognitive deficits, prolonged hospitalization and an increased risk of early death.
A new study found that mindfulness and meditation can help some cope with anxiety as well as medication can. Learn more.
Learn smoothies that your kids with enjoy with lots flavor, fun and creativity!
Smoothies are a delicious, healthy way to add more fruits and vegetables to your day. Learn how to make a smoothie that is nutritionally balanced and customized to your taste. All you need is a blender and some measuring cups/spoons. If you need help using a blender or cutting up fruits and vegetables, ask an adult you trust. To make your smoothie, follow these steps
A team led by scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) recently found that the skin produces the hormone β-endorphin in response to radiation therapy, and that elevated β-endorphin levels contribute to fatigue after treatment.
Blum Center Program: Dermatology Series – Mpox and the Skin – What You Need to Know About the 2022 Outbreak
Mpox (or monkeypox) virus has been around, but became a point of global focus in 2022. Learn more about Mpox virus transmission, signs and symptoms, care of the skin during and after infection, and treatment options in this presentation.
Blum Center Program: Climate Change and Health Series – Populations at Higher Risk for Health Consequences of Climate Change
Climate change is an urgent public health problem that impacts everyone, including at-risk populations. Factors and climate change impacts that contribute to health disparities are discussed in this Mass General Blum Center presentation.