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One in 10 children and about one in six adults with private insurance received antibiotics they didn’t need at least once in 2016, a new Michigan Medicine study suggests.
As more states legalize cannabis consumption, many more people will likely use medical marijuana as a supplement to or substitution for prescription drugs, says a University of Michigan researcher.
More than half of people who take medical cannabis for chronic pain say they’ve driven under the influence of cannabis within two hours of using it, at least once in the last six months, according to a new study.
High-achieving, low-income students who received targeted admissions materials are more likely to apply, be admitted to and enroll in a top-tier university, according to a new University of Michigan study.
University of Michigan engineering researchers have devised a way to unlock greater amounts of data from acoustic fields by essentially turning down the pitch of sound waves.
Only a small percentage of people in their 50s and early 60s have had a DNA test—either for medical reasons, to learn their ancestry or out of curiosity—but far more have an interest in getting such tests done, according to a new poll.
A new study in animals explores the mystery of why we keep eating when our stomach says we are full.
Harvard and the University of Michigan have formed two partnerships designed to encourage economic opportunity in Detroit and to fight the national scourge of opioid addiction.
Working memory isn’t as efficient when using a treadmill workstation as when sitting or standing, a new University of Michigan study found.
An analysis of the genomes of a half-million people reveals potential genes behind diverticular disease— and could inform future treatment.