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.
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.
Poor health tied to unmet social needs is a widespread problem. A Michigan Medicine partnership is examining the questions that community health centers ask to address the issue.
New reports recommend Medicare consider patients’ education level, income, marital status and other health-affecting circumstances when paying or grading health care providers.
Offering health insurance coverage to all low-income adults generates an economic impact that more than makes up for the cost of the program.