This first-of-its-kind study explores central sensitization.
Online mental health intervention significantly helps the isolated, immunosuppressed during pandemic
Researchers say the support program could be extended to many patient populations.
New findings about low-income adults with behavioral health conditions, mental health and substance use disorders, suggest importance of continuous coverage
A new study suggests long-term impacts of an approach that encourages involvement of caring adults in the lives of at-risk adolescents.
By studying hundreds of brain scans, U-M researchers identify abnormalities common to people who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder.