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A new study sheds light on how the influenza virus evolves in people, knowledge that may one day enable epidemiologists to forecast just how bad a seasonal flu will be and provide more lead time for vaccine development.
A new study provides a surprising model of the process by which immune system signals enter and influence cancer cells. The finding could lead to new therapies against cancer.
New research finds that more than half of Medicare beneficiaries have a high risk of obstructive sleep apnea, but few have been assessed for the sleep disorder.
A new study suggests that shock therapy should be more available to patients who have tried two other types of treatment for depression.
A new study probes the benefits and drawbacks of using cellphones and other digital media while attending summer camp.
Successfully tested in mice, targeted drug and gene therapies might one day benefit patients with Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, new research finds.
Immunotherapy cancer drugs can cause a potentially vision-robbing side effect. In a new report, Michigan Medicine experts discuss the risks and what oncologists should know.
Racial disparities in pain management have been well-documented, with doctors historically more willing to prescribe opiates to whites than to other racial and ethnic groups.
Three AAU University presidents - from the University of Michigan, the University of Oregon and The Ohio State University - answer the question: If you had to devise just one tool or metric to help the general public assess the value of a particular college or degree, what would it be and why?
More funding is needed to address the opioid epidemic that is projected to cost the U.S. economy $200 billion by 2020, says a University of Michigan researcher.