But among those diagnosed, treatment rates remain high, despite increasing evidence that surveillance may be an appropriate option.
Eating more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and omega-3-rich foods improved fatigue and sleep quality in breast cancer survivors, a U-M study finds.
Providers want to help their patients pass kidney stones without surgery. A new review shows alpha blockers are still a good bet, especially for large stones.
Many asylum cases tied to trauma could be strengthened by medical and psychological evaluations, lawyers say. But not enough doctors provide or are trained to do them.
Early symptoms of Lewy body dementia are often thought to be related to other conditions. U-M specialists help clear up the confusion.
New data add to the growing evidence that fewer senior citizens are developing dementia — with schooling a key associative factor.