People with mild cognitive impairment don’t always receive the same, established medical treatment that patients with normal cognitive functioning get when they have a heart attack.
Haley Otman covers neurosciences and heart care for the University of Michigan Health System. A TV news producer turned health care communicator, Haley specializes in storytelling, media relations and social media surrounding clinical advances, new research and compelling patient stories.
Clinical trials are exploring how to treat people for dementia before symptoms strike. People are desperate to prevent it, but what does the science say?
It’s important to determine whether stroke patients also experience atrial fibrillation (Afib).
Forty percent of people who develop venous thromboembolism don’t know what caused it. New research in mice further explores inflammation’s role.
A new paper identifies strategies that providers might use to help their patients better balance the risks and benefits of anticoagulants.