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.
Most adults in national poll agree that their states should provide health-related support for pregnant teens but with limitations.
U-M researchers aim to develop a new immunotherapy that could alter the immune reactions to food. The result: extended relief from peanut allergies.
Childhood lead exposure was a problem in Flint long before the water crisis, but young children’s exposure to the toxin has been steadily declining since 2006.
Despite the proven lifesaving benefit of antibiotics for children with this inherited blood disorder, only 18 percent receive them.