People with chronic pain or fibromyalgia who engage in low-risk drinking habits report fewer symptoms and improved function than teetotalers.
Kelly Malcom is the lead research communicator for Michigan Medicine. She promotes the work of the U-M basic science departments and the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation via various channels. She has more than 15 years of experience in strategic communications, marketing, and health and science writing.
U-M researchers lead the field in successful protein creation, a tactic that could lead to a newer, more effective class of drugs.
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