U-M researchers turned to Twitter to see whether online discussions about food can help inform policy makers.
A group of female rehabilitation psychologists with disabilities highlight the need for clinicians, educators and disability allies to normalize the word “disability.”
A national study shows prescription opioid use disorder is twice as high among deaf and hard-of-hearing young and middle-aged adults, compared with their peers who don’t experience hearing issues.
A poll of older adults finds physical and mental health issues, including hearing problems, as well as poor diet, exercise and sleep habits, are tied to loneliness.
Rate of amphetamine and opioid use increased more among delivering moms in rural counties.
Giving more health care spending flexibility under a states’ rights approach could benefit a population the current administration has sought to discourage, a new report finds.