Caitlin White is the managing editor of HealthCity at Boston Medical Center.
Brockton Behavioral Health Center has been intentionally designed to offer addiction recovery and mental health care to the most vulnerable.
Period poverty is a global issue, and it particularly affects people experiencing homelessness, who face additional stigma.
Most surgical patients have unused opioid pain medication. Researchers say family should be educated about its proper usage, security, and disposal.
The low-threshold, transitional housing model aims to help people experiencing homelessness alongside addiction, mental health, and other related concerns.
With its partnership with Boston Medical Center, MassMutual Foundation believes that serving its community also best serves its employees and company as a whole.
One in five renters living with children are having difficulty keeping up on rent. The BMC pediatrician proposes a three-pronged solution.
BMC, BUSM, and BUMG's collaborative effort hopes that using inclusive language will be the foundation to build a safe, welcoming environment for patients and staff.
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.