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.
Caregivers of children with obesity were more than 90 percent more likely to use direct statements to prevent children from eating junk food, according to a new study.
A longtime blood test that measures the likelihood of a cardiac event has become more sensitive and more precise. Why doctors and patients should be cautiously optimistic.
High rates of unvaccinated nursing home staff might even affect decisions about where to seek long-term care, according to a new poll of older Americans.
Increases in early stenting treatments have paid off in lives and dollars, but some hospitals lag behind, a new study finds. Meanwhile, total costs have grown without reductions in mortality.
Revisit U-M work from 2017 that is helping clinicians manage — or limit — opioid prescriptions so patients can avoid misuse and addiction.