Lauren is HealthCity’s associate editor. Before joining Boston Medical Center, she worked in the media and nonprofit sectors as a science writer and reporter.
A tablet-based video and survey show potential in educating caregivers and reducing unsafe firearm storage, a new study finds.
South Boston CHC's formalized PHQ-9 rescreening process shows impressive impact on the CHC's rates of depression remission and response to treatment.
Amid widespread prescription stimulant misuse, new research begins to characterize how pharmaceutical marketing may play a role.
Understanding the reasons for self-treatment and targeting community settings may help providers reach people who avoid necessary care, a new study suggests.
Héctor Sánchez-Flores, executive director of the National Compadres Network, shares how culturally rooted healing models can uplift marginalized communities.
Barry Zuckerman, the pediatrician who fostered Reach Out and Read from grassroots beginnings, shares insights for innovating in pediatrics.
Research from a sickle cell disease clinic hopes to shift the philosophy of subspecialty clinics to embrace a more holistic view of patient health.
Those on the front lines describe how we must transform our approach to care and infrastructure to safeguard patient health.