A new publication shows how more varied samples push science even further than homogeneous studies of the past.
Wellness and Prevention
Study suggests association between higher curiosity at kindergarten and greater frequency of parent conversation during shared television viewing, especially for children from lower income families.
Michigan-wide effort connecting primary care providers with psychiatrists and behavioral specialists for consultation and training supports their ability to provide care in local clinics.
Apple Watch Study provides an unprecedented look at the health status of a diverse patient population
Participants from the University of Michigan Health-led study range in age, race and health conditions.
Researchers determined that biennial screenings beginning at this age could reduce breast cancer deaths by 57%.
Study sheds light on relationship between perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and first time cesarean delivery among pregnant women.