Caitlin White is the managing editor of HealthCity at Boston Medical Center.
Broaching the thorny topic with unvaccinated patients can be stressful. One BMC specialist says clinicians owe it to their patients to overcome their own unease.
Members of the Grayken Center for Addiction testified to the state about the need for safe consumption sites to address the rise in opioid overdose deaths.
New data from the NIH-supported HEALing Communities Study underscores the need for racially inclusive approaches to address the opioid epidemic in vulnerable neighborhoods.
Michelle P. Durham, MD, MPH, testified in front of the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance about the essential need for the federal government to help support mental health care in the U.S.
A new study shows that as the severity of childhood abuse increases among Black girls, so do sleep disorders as adult women—which affect physical and mental health.
More than 99% of COVID-19 deaths are among unvaccinated people. A new survey offers experts insights on how to talk with undecided patients about getting the vaccine.
Providing doula coverage under Medicaid could increase access to this birthing support resource and help bridge inequities in maternal outcomes.
A new clinical trial will research how BRIGHT, a trauma-responsive, attachment-based therapeutic parenting intervention, helps mothers with addiction and their children.
BMC experts testified in support of eliminating the requirement to report abuse and neglect for babies born with neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome.
Miriam Komaromy, MD, medical director of BMC's Grayken Center for Addiction cautions that the new rules don't go far enough in addressing opioid overdose deaths.