Simulations of emergency situations in a controlled, calm and safe environment can help train smarter physicians. See how.
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.
Antidepressants are necessary for many with major depressive disorder, but response times and remission rates are a problem. U-M researchers find sleep might help.
Recent research shows nearly all patients diagnosed with chronic sinusitis by a nonspecialist don’t really have it. Here are the criteria physicians should know.
Although many patients with insomnia may leave the doctor’s office with a prescription, new guidelines recommend psychotherapy as the first-line treatment.
Much of what’s known about CTE stems from postmortem diagnoses. Now, physicians have outlined a framework to identify clinical consequences of head trauma in the living.