Almost everyone will experience back pain at some point in their life. In fact, back and spine injuries are the most common musculoskeletal problems.
BMC is proud to announce the openings of its new Preventive Food Pantry, The Teaching Kitchen, and cafeteria!
Halloween is a popular holiday here at BMC, especially with our therapy dogs! These extremely popular staff members are also known as Healing Pups, and together, they comprise some of the most well-known – and much-loved – faces on campus.
Transitioning from the busy school year into the dog days of summer can be an exciting time for children and their families. However, the fun that comes with summer activities can often lead to unexpected ED visits. ED Physician and Division Chief of Pediatric Medicine David Dorfman, MD, wants to remind you to stay safe this summer, whether you’re at the beach, in the pool, or in your own backyard.
Jacqueline Burning is an 81-year-old woman in good health, from Leicester, Massachusetts. However, in 2013, she began having trouble swallowing whenever she’d try to eat or drink and she was losing weight. She visited her primary care doctor. Tests revealed that she had developed a Zenker’s diverticulum.
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a chronic, genetic blood disorder which causes painful attacks that can be especially difficult for kids in their childhood and teenage years. Pediatric physicians at BMC are working hard to ensure that these patients get the proper and personalized care they need to live as normal a life as they can.