A child’s history of following a health regimen is a good indicator of his or her likelihood to take important medicines after an organ transplant. Pediatric psychologists often supply an extra push.
Many parents worry that short stature spells psychosocial issues for children. But a U-M research review pokes holes in this premise.
Does geography affect your likelihood of calling an ambulance after a stroke? A new U-M study says patients’ profiles might matter more than the demographics of their neighborhood.
Researchers seek to understand why bipolar disorder happens, how to treat it more effectively, and how to help patients and their families get the most out of modern knowledge about the condition once known as manic depression.