For low-income pregnant patients, health insurance disruptions may make it less likely that they receive recommended prenatal and postpartum care.
Wellness and Prevention
For Gina Yu, her initial exposure to the pandemic wasn’t from the bedside, but from within the media news storm.
New findings give reason to pay attention to metabolic dysfunction well before middle age.
New research suggests the thought of being a protector overrides desire for personal freedoms when it comes to COVID-safety messages.
New research uses a unique survey tool to understand how caring for a person with TBI impacts the caregiver’s mental health and well-being.
Michigan Medicine ophthalmologists create a scalable algorithm for triaging appointments during the pandemic