A new study finds that babies with spina bifida have early symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing that could contribute to lifelong issues with neurodevelopment.
Guidelines developed from gallbladder patient data and interviews form the basis of a new effort to right-size opioid prescribing for many operations.
A U-M gynecologist emphasizes a personalized approach to post-surgical prescriptions to help prevent chronic opioid use.
An economic analysis led by a U-M expert found reason to recommend Shingrix to everyone over age 50. As the vaccine hits the market, its merits will be continually evaluated.
Many adults haven’t talked to their doctors, pharmacists or nurses about drug interactions, a new national poll finds.
A Michigan Medicine hypertension specialist, who was part of the team behind the newly released high blood pressure recommendations, explains what’s changed.