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The Next MGH Online Course on Women’s Mental Health Starts February 10, 2020

We completed our first MGH Women’s Mental Health online CME program in the Fall of 2019, and we are excited to offer the next round of the course in the series.  Thank you for those who participated in the fall.  The next course starts February 10, and we can again offer CME/CE to multiple disciplines. The… Read More »

Online Course on Women’s Mental Health Starts Next Week: November 4, 2019

This fall, we are offering an online course on women’s mental health. This online course will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders in women across the reproductive lifespan. Specialized knowledge is necessary to tailor treatments to reproductive events such as pregnancy and pregnancy planning, the postpartum, breastfeeding, the menopausal transition, and menstrual… Read More »

Multiple sclerosis could be stopped in the next DECADE, researchers say

Multiple sclerosis could be stopped in the next DECADE, researchers say as they hail scientific breakthroughs that ‘pave the way to wiping out the condition’ Scientists say range of medications will be in late stage trials by as early as 2025 This year saw breakthrough with blood sugar and cholesterol-lowering drugs  Currently only medications available for sufferers… Read More »

Consumer DNA testing has hit a lull — here’s how it could capture the next wave of users

23andMe CEO, Anne Wojcicki 23andMe Sales of consumer-focused DNA tests from companies like Ancestry and 23andMe are down this year. And while companies in the space aren’t offering any reasons why, experts speculate that the natural expiration of the early adopter wave and growing privacy concerns are to blame. But companies might be able to… Read More »

The Next Generation Of Flu Shots

The flu vaccine this year was ineffective against the strain of flu that made millions ill. Do you understand why? This is the reason.   Scientists use flu surveillance data to pick a few strains of the virus that they think are most likely to be active in the coming flu season. Then they put… Read More »