Generally speaking, most people today either know someone dealing with depression, or have struggled with depression themselves. While many individuals can be successfully treated by a combination of medication or talk therapy, there are some who continue to experience symptoms after trying several treatments. Recent research has highlighted ketamine as a potential treatment for treatment-resistant […]
Obesity has become one of the most talked-about health issues but, ironically, we still haven’t mastered how to talk about it yet. With all the stigma surrounding the words like fat and obese, discussing weight issues can be tough for both people experiencing it, and physicians trying to address it. Medical experts say stigma can […]
Massachusetts General Hospital’s talented and dedicated researchers are working to push the boundaries of science and medicine every day. Continue reading to hear from a few individuals who have recently received awards or honors for their achievements: Erin C. Dunn, ScD, MPH, of the Center for Genomic Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry, has received […]
You have probably seen a futuristic-looking hunk of metal clutched in the hands of a passing stranger, followed by seemingly endless, thick clouds of sweet-smelling smoke. E-cigarette. E cig. Mod. Tank system. Vape pen. E-hookah. All of them are names for cigarettes’ flavored and more modern new competitor that has become incredibly popular with adolescents. […]
Industry-academia collaborations are key for the development of new medical technologies and drugs that can provide better care for our patients. The Mass General Research Institute recognizes the importance of these relationships in moving healthcare forward and has increased its efforts to work collaboratively with industry. This has led to an 18% increase in industry-sponsored research […]
Can a light-based treatment called photobiomodulation help to treat degenerative brain diseases?
The REVIVE clinical trial team is seeking feedback from the public on their study testing the use of RESQFOAM in severely injured trauma patients.