In Great Hands — Kerin Malley, Breast Cancer Navigator
As Emerson’s breast cancer navigator, Kerin Malley guides patients through their journey with breast cancer at Emerson Hospital and the Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital – Bethke.
Boosting Your Immune System With Food
Evidence suggests that eating certain foods can give your immune system a boost. Here is a list of foods and recipes to help lead to a healthy immune system.
Flu Vaccine FAQs
Find answers to your questions about the 2020 flu season. Learn how the flu season is impacted by COVID-19.
14 Fall Family Activities Safe from COVID-19
We put together a list of safe activities to enjoy this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In my own voice: Heather Hasz Goes the Distance After Bariatric Surgery
Learn how Heather overcame personal tragedy and obesity on her way to becoming an avid runner and cyclist.
Supporting a Loved One Who Has a Serious Medical Condition
There will likely come a time when you will be faced with a loved one’s serious medical diagnosis. Here are tips from an oncologist on how to support family and friends through serious illness.
Michael DeSimone, MD, Joins Concord Gastroenterology Associates
Michael DeSimone, MD, recently joined Concord Gastroenterology Associates and is accepting new patients.
COVID-19 Recovery: A Balancing Act
Recovering from COVID-19 may mean days or even weeks in bed, which can lead to a loss of balance and coordination. Our COVID-19 Recovery Program has physical therapists ready to help patients improve their balance to prevent the likelihood of a fall.
Holistic Care of Young Athletes
Learn how Emerson’s holistic approach to health and nutrition helped a teenage basketball athlete recover. Also, get nutrition tips for teenage athletes.
Recovering Your Strength Following a COVID-19 Infection
The effects of COVID-19 can linger long after the initial illness wanes, especially when it comes to physical weakness patients may experience. Emerson’s COVID-19 Recovery Program will help retrain your muscles and get you back to the fitness you had prior to your infection.