When high-risk patients need surgery, doctors might take a cue from coaches. A U-M program is helping some clinicians draft the playbook.
In 20 years, only 92 gold-standard studies have been done for cardiac arrest, though it happens a staggering 535,000 times annually in the U.S.
The same approach that helps patients manage powerful blood thinners could help expand access to medication-based addiction treatment.
Ophthalmologists are piloting a counseling program to help people with glaucoma control their condition and maintain their sight.
A U-M expert outlines need-to-know AMD treatment pitfalls, plus highlights new research on the best therapy regimens to use with patients.
Technology means work and other outside pressures can’t be avoided at home. These blurred boundaries may make it difficult to be present with kids.