Many people in their 50s and early 60s buy supplements or do puzzles in hopes of staving off memory loss.
A new study finds that the long work hours of an intern’s first year of medical residency are associated with accelerated cellular aging.
Researchers call for advancements in treatment for a chronic disease that affects millions of women and causes chronic pain, inflammation and infertility.
Insurance records reveal patterns of opioid prescribing to patients whose family members “shop” for opioids from multiple sources
U-M alumnus and 2018 Michigan gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed, M.D., Ph.D., shares advice for the future with new medical school graduates
Thirty-five times more white patients than patients of color receive buprenorphine, and three-quarters of prescriptions go to those who pay cash or have private insurance