A pediatrician shares her concerns about vicarious racism’s impact on children and youth.
A multidisciplinary meeting at Mott elevates pediatric cancer cases to dozens of experts. A new review finds it’s improving care and comforting families in the process.
News outlets were quick to herald an experimental drug’s impact on early-stage Alzheimer’s patients. But neurologists caution more research is needed.
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.