Karen Little, NP, is a chronic pain nurse practitioner at the Pain Management Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, a comprehensive, multidisciplinary care center for patients with acute, chronic and cancer-related pain.
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Chronic use of e-cigarettes, commonly known as vaping, can result in progressive small airway obstruction and asthma-like symptoms such as shortness of breath and chest pains, according to researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
Approximately 1% of the world’s population have celiac disease. Hear one patient's story on the realities of her symptoms and diagnosis, as well as how she received world-class treatment from the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment at Mass General for Children.
Fentanyl produces a specific EEG signature distinct from other anesthetic drugs, which could make it possible to monitor its effects to enable safer, more precise, and personalized opioid administration.
Research Spotlight: Learning More About Treatment Resistance in A Highly Fatal Form of Pancreatic Cancer
A high-resolution molecular framework sheds light on the inter- and intratumoral diversity of pancreatic cancer, spatial organization into discrete communities, treatment-associated remodeling and clinically relevant prognostication.
An increasing rate of infant mortality in Nigeria indicates that Nigeria is not on track to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target of reducing child mortality by 2030.
The Mass General Brigham Sports Medicine team provided Boston Public Schools student-athletes with free pre-season physicals earlier this month at Madison Park Technical High School in Roxbury.
Cancer treatment can affect your fertility. Dr. Mary Morris provides an overview of the reproductive system, how cancer therapies can impact future fertility, and ways to potentially preserve your ability to have children.
When Recovery Goes Awry. When Recovery Goes Awry. New findings reveal how recovery progresses following inflammation triggered by injury or illness Inflammation is the body’s first line of defense, occurring as droves of immune cells rush to the
Researchers have found that inhibitors of enzymes called topoisomerases can reverse intestinal abnormalities in mice with inflammation characteristic of Chron's disease.