The Rogers family woke up Friday morning in a hotel near Boston Children’s Hospital. They had been preparing for this day for months; 8-year-old Jacqueline was scheduled for open heart surgery.
The Boston Red Sox second baseman hurt his hand diving into first base on opening day and played the rest of the season with the injury.
Pain sufferers are turning to a treatment that uses a device implanted beneath the skin to send electrical signals to the spinal cord to control chronic pain.
Five patients who were treated at Cape Cod Hospital may have been exposed to a deadly brain disease.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has been released from the hospital after prostate surgery and says he is “raring to go.”
The procedure lasted approximately two hours and the mayor is now resting comfortably.
Red Sox closer Joel Hanrahan needs season-ending surgery on his right forearm.
Millions of Americans who are obese find that diet, exercise, and medications are not sufficient to reduce their weight to a healthy level. For many, only surgery may be effective over the long-term.
Today’s young surgeons grew up during a time when video games first became popular. While older generations may see the hobby as a waste of time, research indicates that video games may provide young surgeons with better skills and hand-eye coordination.
Doctors at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are now offering a new minimally invasive surgical procedure for patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) who continue to have chronic symptoms even after trying all the medical management therapies used for treatment of the condition.