Campuswide genetic science programs are helping researchers pinpoint new ways to treat heart disease, cancer, diabetes and more.
Coblation, touted as a kinder, gentler tonsillectomy method, might not be any better than traditional tonsillectomy surgery, one Michigan Medicine researcher says.
New research from the University of Central Lancashire may one day lead to a simple method to diagnose Alzheimer’s. But first, far more testing is needed.
New research using a large animal model hopes to uncover new diagnostic and resuscitative strategies for this difficult-to-treat condition.
An evidence-based wellness program for middle schoolers has recorded many healthy improvements. In a new paper, experts share lessons learned.
A Michigan Medicine surgeon has spent 20 years helping kids in Colombia — with no sign of slowing down. The effort shows U-M’s commitment to global service, he says.