Even in low amounts, interruptions to parent-child time caused by digital technology are associated with greater child behavior problems, a new study suggests.
Hospitals & Centers
The Magnet Recognition Program® isn’t a prize or an award. It’s a performance-driven recognition credential.
Quick surveys before eye health appointments could help clinicians target care and improve record-keeping, a Michigan Medicine study finds.
Body Cooling vs. Active Fever Prevention: Similar Outcomes for Children After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
No differences were found in neurobehavioral function between children in two temperature treatment groups a year after cardiac arrest in a hospital setting.
The in-office eye treatment, now offered at U-M, can help improve outcomes for keratoconus or other corneal diseases.
Ophthalmologists are piloting a counseling program to help people with glaucoma control their condition and maintain their sight.