Keeping the human connection in medicine

Keeping the human connection in medicine

Harvard Health Blog By John Sanford Limouze, M.D. The New England Journal of Medicine recently published a thoughtful essay by…

Richard A. Berger, MD

Richard A. Berger, MD

Pictured standing from left: Arisha Zingarelli, Administrative Assistant; Jenny Sprenzel, RN; Kylie Less, New Patient Liason; Jennifer Larson, Nurse Clinician;…

Demystifying Doctor and Hospital Ratings

Demystifying Doctor and Hospital Ratings

When looking at online doctor ratings sites, consider the source By Leigh Page With thousands of doctors and more than…

A Breast Cancer Q&A

A Breast Cancer Q&A

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Terri Yablonsky Stat talked to Dr. Nora Hansen, surgical oncologist, Breast Surgery Division at…

Online Resources For Choosing a Hospital or Doctor

Online Resources For Choosing a Hospital or Doctor

—Nancy Maes The Internet offers an array of websites designed to help patients evaluate doctors and hospitals. But which one…

Cancer’s Target

Cancer’s Target

Pancreatic cancer remains one of the deadliest forms of cancer and most difficult to treat By John Otrompke The announcement…

Fighting Young

Fighting Young

When it comes to pediatric cancer, there are many uncertainties.  But clinical trials are quickly saving more and more lives…

Sleep Apnea:  Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Sleep Apnea: Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Questions compiled by Eve Becker as told to her by Dr. Babak Mokhlesi and Dr. James Wyatt • Are you…

Restoring the Human Form

Restoring the Human Form

Reconstructive plastic surgery heals…and beautifies by Eve Becker Look beyond the full lips, smooth skin and straight nose. Plastic surgery…

Critical Questions: Infertility

Critical Questions: Infertility

New techniques have been developed to increase the chances of having a healthy baby. Dr. Ilan Tur-Kaspa, founder and director…