Returning to in-person school during COVID-19 — and more health stories
February 15, 2021 // FOUND IN: News
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- Returning to In-Person School During COVID-19: From virus transmission risks to a possible vaccine for kids and more, here’s what experts are saying to know.
- Seeing the Light of an Improved Mood: How to boost your mood, and sleep, with light therapy, according to psychologist.
- Omega-3 Info That May Surprise You: A registered dietitian nutritionist says omega-3 fatty acids benefits individuals in different ways.
- A Double Dose of Good News on Health Insurance: If you don’t have coverage, you can get it sooner. And if you have a plan with a high deductible, new tools could help you plan ahead.
- COVID-19 Coverage: Get the latest stories from the Michigan Health and the Michigan Health Lab on the coronavirus outbreak.
- New Prostate Cancer Test Could Avoid Unnecessary Biopsies: A urine test was found to be extremely accurate at detecting aggressive prostate cancer with only a few false negatives.
- Improving Crohn’s Disease Evaluations in Kids: Researchers have developed a new simplified colonoscopy score to accurately measure the severity of Crohn’s disease in the gut.
- Applying Extended Reality Technologies to Rounds: The Mixed Reality telerounding pilot recently brought entire medical teams—and other institutions—to patients’ bedsides virtually.
- Teaming Up to Reduce Atherectomy Rates Across Michigan: Higher reimbursement rates for atherectomies may be incentivizing too many surgeons over other options like balloon angioplasty and stenting.