Michigan Medicine is renowned for groundbreaking clinical, basic science and medical educational research, with nearly 7,000 papers published annually by faculty and trainees. Here, Lab Notes highlights a selection of those articles in addition to ones covered as stories on the Michigan Health Lab blog.
A new analysis finds higher baseline cognition scores for aging women, but a more rapid drop once cognitive decline begins.
For low-income pregnant patients, health insurance disruptions may make it less likely that they receive recommended prenatal and postpartum care.
Many take leftover doses from previous prescriptions, and expect new prescriptions for non-bacterial illness.
Researchers continue to hone in on how best to prevent blood clots, which cause strokes and heart attacks, without unintended side effects.
A new survey shows high usage rates of cannabinoids like CBD for multiple sclerosis, but most patients are figuring out these new products on their own.