A Michigan Medicine researcher outlines the relationship between obesity, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis cirrhosis and a rising liver transplant burden.
Seeing double is a fairly common issue — that can be serious. That’s why both eye specialists and primary care providers should be prepared to address it.
Despite demands that impact their own lives and health, only 1 in 4 caregivers use support resources meant for them.
Hearing loss affects about 17 percent of Americans, but screening and referral for evaluation is rarely done. How an electronic intervention may help.
A Michigan Medicine nurse recently studied how to reduce urinary retention issues in patients anesthetized for outpatient surgery. Now, her work has wider potential.
General physicians can deliver medication-assisted treatment with help from team members they probably already have in their clinics, a new analysis concludes.