Medication for diabetic eye disease is crucial, but it’s hard to tell in advance when and how often patients might need it. New research aims to provide insight.
Kevin Joy is a content editor for Michigan Health Lab. He writes about research and healthcare at the University of Michigan Health System. He spent 10 years as a features reporter for the Columbus Dispatch.
Kids with a family history of substance use are likely to mimic those behaviors. A Michigan Medicine researcher studied their brain activity to see why certain youths do not.
Residency programs look at far more than grades and test scores. Newly matched Michigan Medical School M4s share tips to help an application stand out.
Despite a rise in gender-affirming surgeries, many transgender people remain hesitant to seek primary care — meaning medical teams have work to do.
The results suggest that graduated doses of peanut protein powder could help protect against the consequences of accidental allergen exposure.
No doctor in training should be penalized for addressing his or her mental health, one U-M student says. How she and her school are working to change attitudes.