Childhood lead exposure was a problem in Flint long before the water crisis, but young children’s exposure to the toxin has been steadily declining since 2006.
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A new study links familial relationships to the likelihood older adults will get needed cataract surgery — a procedure with broad implications for health.
A new study finds that babies with spina bifida have early symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing that could contribute to lifelong issues with neurodevelopment.
Ocular surgeries are steadily shifting away from hospitals, a move that offers convenience and financial perks. But questions of safety and accessibility remain.
Less than 1 in 5 adults rate quality of diet, safety of communities, and exercise and fitness as better for kids today than their predecessors, a U-M-led study finds.
Seeing double is a fairly common issue — that can be serious. That’s why both eye specialists and primary care providers should be prepared to address it.