Mass. General Doctors Study Promising New Preeclampsia TreatmentDoctors at Mass. General are studying a new therapy similar to dialysis.
Boston Doctor Physically Feels What His Patients FeelA neurologist at Mass General Hospital can connect with patients on a level most cannot.
100-Year-Old Vaccine May Help Reverse Type 1 DiabetesResearchers at Massachusetts General Hospital are launching a five-year clinical trial of a vaccine that would not just treat the Type 1 diabetes, but possibly reverse it.
Patient Monitored For Possible Ebola At Boston HospitalHealth officials say a patient who traveled to West Africa does not have Ebola.
MGH Doctor On 'Time 100' List For Alzheimer's ResearchDr. Rudolph Tanzi has been chosen as one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People for his Alzheimer's research.
Boston Researchers Working On 'Treadmill In A Pill'Boston researchers say they have captured the weight loss benefits of a treadmill in a pill.
'Captain America' Surprises Young Fan Battling Cancer In BostonA nine-year-old got the surprise of a lifetime when Chris Evans, his favorite actor, visited him in Boston.
Study Suggests Moms Have A Biological Connection With Their DogsA study seems to support an actual biological connection between humans and their dogs.
New Technology Increases Number Of Donor Hearts AvailableMany patients on the heart transplant list die waiting for a heart, but a local company has found an incredible way to significantly increase the number of donor hearts available.
Patient With Suspected Ebola In Stable Condition At Mass GeneralA patient with suspected Ebola virus was admitted to Mass General Hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Judge May Wait Until Coakley Out To Decide Partners DealThe latest court hearing involving Partners HealthCare's proposed takeover of three suburban hospitals led to a testy exchange when Attorney General Martha Coakley took offense to the judge's suggestion that Coakley was driven by politics.
State Police Identify Man Struck And Killed On Memorial DriveThe victim struck at about 7 a.m. Tuesday was identified Wednesday as 50-year-old Mark Keiser of Boston.