What the pandemic has taught us about public health; how to take action to ‘age in place’ — and more health stories
April 27, 2022 // FOUND IN: News
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Michigan Health Lab blog
- What has the pandemic taught us about public health?
- Firearms now the top cause of death among children, adolescents
- Study helps explain how xanthan gum, a common food additive, is processed in the gut
- A medical student seeks reform in the residency application process
- Adhesion G protein-coupled receptor activation is visualized for the first time
- Half of older adults now die with a dementia diagnosis
- Some children with cerebral palsy scoliosis may not need pelvic fixation, study shows
- Preparing clinicians for artificial intelligence, machine learning
Michigan Health blog
- Want to “age in place” someday? Take action now
- When is it time to see a hand specialist?
- What it’s like to have lived through rectal cancer
- How can we reduce the firearm death toll in older adults?
- Half of parents regularly give kids a dietary supplement
- How to live pain-free with arthritis
- What causes nosebleeds in children?
- On a mission: orthopaedic surgeons look to expand program abroad