A survey of state data suggests Alzheimer’s patients may be using cannabis to ease agitation. But little is known about the treatment’s efficacy.
A recent study by Kellogg eye specialists suggests sight-threatening conditions may be going undetected in children from less-affluent families.
A patient’s chances of readmission after gynecologic oncology surgery could be determined before she leaves the hospital. A U-M expert explains his methodology.
Recent research shows nearly all patients diagnosed with chronic sinusitis by a nonspecialist don’t really have it. Here are the criteria physicians should know.
Cultural pressure surrounding hair is so powerful that some African-American adolescents say they avoid sweating because it could mess up their tresses.