Ninety-five percent of reviewed apps for children ages 5 and under include at least one form of advertising, a new U-M study finds. Why parents should pay attention.
Beata Mostafavi covers communications for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital. She leads media relations and helps coordinate social media content related to children’s and women’s health topics. Prior to joining the U-M Health System in 2012, she spent 10 years as a journalist.
Mott researchers focus on prevention and better treatment of graft-versus-host disease in children, a major and potentially fatal side effect of stem cell transplants.
One-third of women of reproductive age enrolled in the Michigan expansion reported improved access to birth control and family planning services, a new survey finds.
Survey respondents cite cost and a condition’s prevalence as the most important factors in determining mandatory tests for infants, researchers find.
Therapeutic intervention may reduce maternal stress and improve coping and family relationships after parents learn their baby has a congenital heart disease.
An international study identifies inherited factors that may increase a child’s risk for developing nephrotic syndrome — and could also help target better care.