The New York Times quotes Patricia Franklin and David Ayers (above) on newly reported data from a national study they are leading that correlates obesity with the surge in knee replacements in younger patients.
Communities across the country are debating whether Naloxone—a drug that can counter the effects of an overdose—should be widely available to non-medical first responders, but UMMS toxicology expert Edward Boyer, MD, PhD, warned CNN’s Sanjay Gupta of the downside of doing so.
UMMS expert Thomas Grisso, PhD, explained how the brain develops for a WBUR report examining the Massachusetts law requiring anyone age 14 and above charged with murder to be tried in an adult court.
The Oct. 13 Boston Globe Magazine features a photo essay on nine fourth-year medical students from UMass Medical School. The story, released online ahead of print, highlights the School of Medicine’s focus on primary care education.
A brief video captures the optimism and joy that prevailed during Convocation Week 2013 at UMass Medical School.
Joseph DiFranza, MD, a nationally recognized expert on nicotine addiction whose research two decades ago led directly to the demise of the Joe Camel brand icon, speaks in favor of electronic cigarettes in this Expert’s Corner video.
In this Expert’s Corner video, UMMS toxicologist Richard J. Church, MD, explains why the resurgence of the club drug “Molly.” a form of Ecstasy, is leading to a spike in overdoses.
In this Expert’s Corner video, UMMS pediatrician Angela Beeler says flu shots are already widely available this year and explains why parents should not wait to get their their children vaccinated.