Transgender rights continue to be under threat in several states, but a new study reveals that young people’s views may conflict with older Americans when it comes to bathroom policies affecting transgender individuals.
Hospital readmissions for hip and knee replacement patients aren’t dropping any faster since penalties went into effect, suggesting the program may have hit its “floor” and casting doubt on expansion.
U-M Pediatrician: Government Missed Opportunity to Improve Care for Children With Sickle Cell Disease
Despite efforts to improve the standard of care for children with sickle cell disease, the nation falls short, says pediatrician
Study: About 1 in 8 women report infertility in the U.S. – but women with higher incomes and education levels are significantly more likely to seek fertility treatment than other groups.
As health care providers push to reduce low-value care, they should put more emphasis on assessing unintended consequences, listening to patients and providers, and measuring outcomes, a U-M-led review finds.
A new tool “scores” patients based on the impact of their multiple chronic conditions.