A new study shows promise in preventing risk-taking that could lead to pain pill overdoses.
As Research & Policy Media Relations Manager at the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI), Kara Gavin draws on 25 years of experience in communicating about science, medicine and health policy. Her responsibilities include creating compelling stories about discoveries made by the U-M Medical School's biomedical and mental health researchers, the findings and opinions of the 490 healthcare wonks at the U-M IHPI, and the innovative education available at U-M for future doctors and medical scientists.
Imaging to measure the development of a child’s brain networks might someday help predict who’s at risk for ADHD.
Surprising findings suggest mind-body techniques are effective for managing PTSD, but more research is needed.
Researchers seek to understand why bipolar disorder happens, how to treat it more effectively, and how to help patients and their families get the most out of modern knowledge about the condition once known as manic depression.
The first nationwide academic study of physician disciplinary actions and malpractice claims rates shows a lack of standardization across the country.