Helping patients with COVID-19 avoid blood clots — and more health stories
March 2, 2021 // FOUND IN: News
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- New Model Predicts Cancer Drug Efficacy Across and Within Cancer Types: Newly published research aims to improve anti-cancer drug response predictions in this specific way.
- Helping Patients with COVID-19 Avoid Blood Clots: “The risk of thrombosis is real, it’s important and it’s something we need to be concerned about,” says a vascular cardiologist.
- Older Adults and Antibiotics: Study Shows Healthy Attitudes but Unhealthy Practices: While most adults understand that the overuse of antibiotics is a problem, a sizable minority have used them for something other than their original purpose.
- New Study Suggests Excess Glycogen May Cause Metabolic Syndrome: A team of experts explore the association between genetic variants throughout the human genome and liver attenuation in over 15,000 individuals across multiple populations.
- The Urgent Need for National Medical Education on Vaccine Hesitancy: As a reporter, a medical student reveals five key elements that every future educational workshop should include.
- Underinsured Women May Be Missing Important Pregnancy Care: Findings show disruptions in insurance are associated with lower levels of recommended pregnancy-related care in low-income pregnant patients.
- Trusting Relationship with Her Provider – and Zumba – Help One Woman Get Past Metastatic Colon Cancer: Her journey illustrates the importance of advocating for your health and partnering with a trusted care team.
- COVID-19 Coverage: Get the latest stories from the Michigan Health and the Michigan Health Lab on the coronavirus outbreak.