The rate of babies exposed to opioids in utero is increasing dramatically in rural America, a U-M study finds.
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.
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The marriage of immune science and cancer research may improve survival rates for some individuals with rare cancers. A groundbreaking U-M scientist explains more.
Cultural pressure surrounding hair is so powerful that some African-American adolescents say they avoid sweating because it could mess up their tresses.
Babies born between 34 and 36 weeks start on track with peers. But they may start falling behind by preschool and kindergarten.
There might be something in the water when it comes to the relationship between hydration and body mass index.