Bones and Muscles and Joints (Orthopaedics)
Michigan Medicine researchers found bones age in very different ways, setting the groundwork for new ways to identify women at risk of bone fractures far in advance.
As a new health insurance year begins and a health policy debate swirls, research examines what people with chronic illnesses spend on health care.
When assessing an older person’s fall risk, brain processing speed matters, U-M researchers found. Which is why they invented a device for bedside use to measure that speed.
Hospitals accepting the most complicated cases may be affected financially under a new mandatory Medicare program. But there’s time to adjust course.
The use of an internationally banned substance can end a pro athlete’s career. But this doesn’t mean that, when safely administered, all banned compounds lack medical merit.