Dancing her cancer stress away; who gets a shot first — and more health stories
April 6, 2021 // FOUND IN: News
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- Dancing Her Cancer Stress Away: The sweet nightly routine one couple has used for the last four years.
- Buying Your Own Health Insurance Just Got a Lot Less Expensive: If you’ve already bought a plan on Healthcare.gov, or you didn’t because it was too pricey, act now to save money.
- A Seemingly Healthy Baby with a Failing Heart: Something didn’t seem right on baby Gus’s scans. That doctor’s suspicion saved the two-week-old’s life.
- LGBTQ+ Health: A Collaborative of Care: How U-M providers bring equitable care to a diverse community.
- Many Workers Return to Their Jobs After Being Hospitalized for Injuries – Study finds most trauma patients return to work physically disabled and financially strained.
- Who Gets a Shot First? A lot of attention is being paid to vaccine hesitancy and not nearly enough to access, says a bioethicist who studies the allocation of scarce resources and pandemic preparedness.
- COVID-19 Antibody Tests, Even Rapid Finger Pricks, are Effective, New Study Finds– The findings also indicated that rapid screens can predict infection with nearly the same precision as antibody tests conducted in a lab.
- Repurposing Tocilizumab in Scleroderma Patients May Prevent Early Lung Disease – A phase 3 clinical trial finds an anti-inflammatory drug used in rheumatoid arthritis can preserve lung function in patients with systemic sclerosis.
- Mock Paging Curriculum: An Interprofessional Experience – Experts create a comprehensive paging curriculum to help future residents prepare themselves for residency.
- Research Group Identifies Potential Therapeutic Target for Lupus – A possible way to counter disease progression in lupus? A new study takes a closer look.
- The Non-Veteran Experience at VA hospitals – A study captured that experience of non-Veteran patients who were admitted to the VA hospitals during the pandemic’s surge, and the results were overwhelmingly positive. Watch the video