The new Massachusetts distracted driving prevention law goes into effect Feb. 23. Here, Michael Flaherty, DO, answers questions on the new law – why it is important and how parents can talk about it with their teenagers.
On Feb. 14, members of MGH Police, Security and Outside Services visited MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) patients to spread some love – and some frosting – in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
Officers Ross Blunt, Ian Stickler and Anthony Liseno joined MGHfC patient Noah Simon and his cousins Zion and Zoë Paul for a photo booth with Valentine’s Day-themed props followed by a brief dance party. Patients and police also decorated heart-shaped cookies with frosting and sprinkles. The event is part of the PUPP program, a
partnership between MGH Police, Security and Outside Services and the MGHfC Child Life Program.
- Feb | 21 | 2020
Karen Sadler, MD, of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Department of Medicine and Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, sheds some light on eating disorders, their symptoms and treatment options.
- Dec | 6 | 2019
In recognition of December as Safe Toys and Gifts Month, Michael Flaherty, DO, MGHfC critical care physician and injury prevention researcher, shares a few tips to help prevent injuries during the holiday season.
- Oct | 4 | 2019
New nonprofit promotes wellness, giving back
- Sep | 6 | 2019
As the school year begins, Stephanie Harshman, PhD, RD, LD, clinical dietitian at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, offers simple back-to-school snack hacks.
- Aug | 23 | 2019
Members of MGH Police, Security and Outside Services presented the colors before the Aug. 17 Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park.