From the first flickering heartbeats on a fetal ultrasound to the care of an adolescent after open-heart surgery, Boston Medical Center’s team of pediatric cardiologists offer evaluation and comprehensive non-invasive cardiac care through all stages of infancy and childhood.
Taylor MacLean is your typical 25-year old woman residing in Jamaica Plan. Young, vibrant, active, and, aside from being diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy during her sophomore year in college, has an unremarkable medical history. Her story of hope, courage, and perseverance is certainly one to tell.
February is Heart Month: a time to remember your heart, and how you can keep yourself healthy. Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States, yet there are many easy things people can do to help keep their hearts healthy.
Does your child suffer from chronic pain and you’re not sure where to turn for help? The new Pediatric Pain Clinic at Boston Medical Center can provide relief.
Depression Disorder with Seasonal Pattern, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, is a form of depression related to the changing of the seasons. Typically, symptoms will come and go around the same time each year.
Congratulations to David Beck, Boston Medical Center’s Vice President and General Counsel, who was recently chosen as a 2015 Honoree by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.