The Michigan Medicine blog recap

January 3, 2020  //  FOUND IN: Michigan Medicine News

A roundup of articles from both the Michigan Health and Michigan Health Lab blogs, which cover stories on breaking news and research, health tips and wellness that you won’t want to miss.

Michigan Health Lab’s 20 for 2020

A quick look back at Michigan Health Lab’s most read stories of the year. READ MORE

The Michigan Health Blog’s 20 for 2020

A quick look back at the blog’s most read stories of the year. READ MORE.

The Top 5 Most Played Michigan Medicine News Break Podcasts of 2019

A look back at the year’s most played episodes. READ MORE

Top 10 Cancer Research Stories of 2019

Members of the U-M Rogel Cancer Center continue to push the boundaries of cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment. READ MORE

A Story of Faith: The Pregnant Mother Who Had Cancer, Heart Failure and Two Strokes in One Year

A patient reflects on a long and unexpected medical journey with little chance of survival, and how she reclaimed life. READ MORE

Pipeline Program Offers Minority Medical Students Opportunity to Engage in Specialties

To encourage medical students who are underrepresented in medicine to enter highly competitive specialties, two Michigan Medicine specialties have made a partnership with a national organization that offers hands-on learning experiences. READ MORE

How to Tell If a Brain Is Awake

EEG may not always be a reliable reflection of consciousness. READ MORE

How to Boost Your Mood with Food

Two Michigan Medicine dietitians dish five food and beverage tips to get you through the winter blues. READ MORE

A Chance to Speak Her Name: Tara Ogunde

A family remembers their daughter, a U-M Law School student who died in 2019 of breast cancer. READ MORE

U-M Approach Could Improve the Accuracy of Cancer Clinical Trials

An innovative way of assessing clinical trial-related imaging could reduce the kinds of errors that can distort results, study finds. READ MORE

How Alcohol Impairs Your Ability to Drive

Think it’s OK to have one more beer before driving home? Know the facts about what each subsequent drink does to your ability to operate a vehicle safely. READ MORE

Investigating the Immune System’s Connection to Blood Clots

In an effort to find better treatment solutions for the deadly condition, one researcher is making blood clots her focus. READ MORE

Redefining Sexual Identity with Parkinson’s Disease

Individuals with Parkinson’s disease often experience sexual health issues that significantly impact their lives. A Michigan Medicine social worker offers help. READ MORE

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