A survey examining the 2016 election’s impact on young people found results that U-M researchers say could signal a public health concern.
No doctor in training should be penalized for addressing his or her mental health, one U-M student says. How she and her school are working to change attitudes.
Physicians and policymakers should consider those family and friends who aren’t quite caregivers — but are definitely health supporters — in chronic disease care, a new study finds.
The medical community widely recognizes the stresses physicians face. Now it is time to take measurable steps toward changing the profession.
Michigan Medicine researchers sought to find out if they can anticipate who will be affected by psychiatric morbidity after surviving acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Veterans already have an increased risk of suicide. Those with substance use disorders or mental health conditions are in particular need of help, a new study asserts.