Coping with anxiety as mask mandates lift, what a mini stroke is and why you need to act FAST — and more health stories
June 2, 2021 // FOUND IN: News
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- Coping with Anxiety as Mask Mandates Lift: As mask regulations relax, experts discuss how you can start to adapt, and ease into, the new policies rolling out.
- What a Mini Stroke Is, and Why You Need To Act FAST: The signs of a TIA to watch for and how to handle the emergency.
- Adults Unmasked: What That Means for Unvaccinated Kids: As mask mandates are lifted, parents with unvaccinated kids may wonder if it’s time to resume to “normal”.
- A Daughter’s Lifesaving Gift to Her Father: Without his knowledge, Emily Wenzel-Miles got evaluated to be her dad’s potential liver donor. That appointment saved his life.
- One Doctor’s American Dream: To Stop Hate: A clinician shares his immigrant father’s legacy and recounts his life as an Asian American.
- COVID-19 Coverage: Get the latest stories from the Michigan Health and the Michigan Health Lab on the coronavirus outbreak.
- This deep learning algorithm can detect acute respiratory distress syndrome with extreme accuracy.
- Escape from Oblivion: How the Brain Reboots after Deep Anesthesia: A recently published innovative experiment examined the patterns of reemerging consciousness and cognitive function after general anesthesia.
- Pandemic Shows Essential Role of ECT Treatment for Severe Depression: A new commentary describes the experiences of electroconvulsive therapy centers during the spring of 2020, revealing major impacts seen from their reduced services.
- Babies with Seizures May Be Overmedicated: A study suggests that keeping newborns on longer term ant-seizure drugs may not prevent continued seizures or epilepsy or even change development.
- Treatment Barrier Falls, but More Remain, for People with Opioid Issues: Any licensed provider can prescribe any patient any medication on the market, except buprenorphine, even though it has been proven to help people with an opioid addiction. A new policy shift could change that.
- Vast Under-Treatment of Diabetes Seen in Global Study: According to findings, only 1 in 10 people with diabetes in low- and middle-income countries receive the comprehensive care they need to reduce their diabetes-related problems.
- What Lies Ahead for the Affordable Care Act?: Experts discuss a key Supreme Court ruling and other policies and proposals playing out at the state and federal level.