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Should you skip a workout if you're upset? Mass General Cardiologist Dr. Jason Wasfy shares his thoughts in this SHAPE Magazine article.
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Is It Dangerous to Exercise While Angry?

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The genomics revolution has hit the courtroom, with the first case that relies on next-generation sequencing of DNA. Read the full story from Mass General’s Proto Magazine: Dispatches From the Frontiers of Medicine: [ Protomag.com Link ]

The Telltale Strand

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Dr. Rajesh Gandhi, Massachusetts General Hospital's Clinical Research leader, comments in this recent Boston Herald article on the AIDS Clinical Trials Group. Adam Barrett has been living with HIV for over 30 years and he credits his survival to a group of Mass General infectious disease doctors. With today being World AIDS Day, the AIDS Clinical Trials Group is celebrating their 30th...
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Kalter: Living with HIV 30 years later

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Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Mathew Avram will discuss tips to make your skin healthy today from 12-1pm in the Massachusetts General Hospital Blum Patient and Family Learning Center on our main campus (White 110) for a free program called “Healthy Skin and Looking Your Best at All Ages.” He will talk about the latest advances in cosmetic dermatology, current non-surgical cosmetic procedures and...
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Massachusetts General Hospital has joined a new initiative led by the TLC Foundation for BFRBs to bring awareness and understanding to body-focused repetitive behaviors like “Rapunzel syndrome”
(hair pulling) and to help improve treatment for these difficult disorders.
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'Rapunzel Syndrome,' Compulsion To Eat Hair, Is Rare But Similar Disorders Are Not

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Massachusetts General Hospital’s annual Veterans Day Breakfast honors the service and sacrifice of our employees who have served or are currently serving in our armed forces, and members of our community who have family currently deployed. At our November 11 breakfast, the Mass General Military Veteran Partners, an employee group for veterans, those actively serving and those who support them,...
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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a creative new strategy to promote epilepsy awareness among children worldwide-- a multi-language coloring book that explains what epilepsy is and what to do if someone has a seizure. The hope is to reduce the stigma that occurs due to a lack of education about the condition, particularly in resource-limited settings. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Coloring book promotes epilepsy awareness across the globe - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

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A non-invasive protocol testing the ability to recognize, remember and distinguish between odors was able to identify older individuals who – according to genetic, imaging and more detailed memory tests – were at increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The report of a study by a team of Massachusetts General Hospital investigators has been published online in Annals of Neurology.

Dr. Mark...
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Ability to recognize and recall odors may identify those at risk for Alzheimer's disease

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#GivingTuesday is here! Donate today and help us raise $10,000 for the MGH Fund.

New discoveries are made all the time at Mass General. And this is your opportunity to help our researchers charge forward and save more lives. The match runs out at midnight tonight so please, act now to double the life-saving medical breakthroughs only possible through your generous contributions.

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If you’re not getting a proper night’s sleep, it could be negatively impacting your diet. Follow these tips from Emily Gelsomin, a senior clinical nutrition specialist at Mass General, on how to sleep and eat well.

Is Lack of Sleep Dooming Your Diet?

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November is the Month of the Military Family. Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program understands that when one Family Member serves, the entire family serves. The Resilient Family Program is a series of free courses designed to reduce the impact of stress on Military Families through a variety of mind body techniques and skill-building exercises. For more...
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Resilient Family | Home Base Program

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Don’t miss out on this chance to double whatever you can give and help the MGH Fund reach our fundraising goal of $10,000. Every dollar you give will be matched, making your donation go twice as far in supporting groundbreaking research and patient care at Mass General. Help us get a head start on our #GivingTuesday goal today for double the impact!

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Dr. Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, a MassGeneral Hospital for Children
physician, answers questions posed by STAT about the American Academy of Pediatrics' new 'screen time' guideline, which say infants from 0 - 18 months should not be exposed to any digital media.
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Pediatricians soften guidelines on screen time for kids

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We are all thankful for different things. We all give of our time, our money and ourselves for different reasons.

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On Wednesday, December 7th from 4:30 – 6:00 pm, the Division of Palliative Care & Geriatric Medicine will be hosting the 6th Annual Robert Leffert Memorial Lecture in the O’Keefe Auditorium at Mass General. This year’s speaker will be Dr. B.J. Miller, an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at UCSF. Dr. Miller’s presentation, entitled “Palliative Care: Not Whether But How?”, promises to be...
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On Nov. 3, the Boston Police Department (Official) honored the Mass General trauma team for providing exceptional care to two Boston police officers who were wounded in a shooting in East Boston in October. Officer Matt Morris and Officer Richard Cintolo were both recently discharged from Mass General and continue to recover from their injuries. During the ceremony, Boston Police Commissioner...
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Boston Police honor MGH trauma team

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Today we are filled with gratitude for all our patients, care providers, staff, researchers, family and friends. We wish you and yours a happy and safe #Thanksgiving.
Caring for someone who has Alzheimer's disease? A Mass General social worker provides insights on how to cope along with some helpful tips.
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Coping When a Loved One Has Alzheimer’s Disease

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