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Johnson and Johnson has been ordered to pay more than four billion dollars in damages to 22 women who say that their products gave them cancer. Professor Paul Pharoah, who’s a cancer epidemiologist from the University of Cambridge and has acted as a paid expert to one of the law firms representing Johnson and Johnson, says he doesn’t believe th ...…
 
Everyone has them, but not all moles are the same. How to examine yours properly — and when it’s time to see a doctor. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/how-to-check-your-moles-for-signs-of-skin-cancer
 
Don’t let sharp blades or flying debris dampen your summer with a trip to the emergency room. Follow these safety guidelines instead. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/9-essential-lawn-mower-safety-rules-to-know-before-you-mow
 
Many children may snore at some point in their lives, but in some cases, it is a habitual problem that requires treatment. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/childrens-health/signs-your-childs-snoring-should-be-taken-seriously
 
Gosnell's Monsters - The Staff Who Worked For Him Gosnell is considered to be one of the U.S.'s most prolific serial killers.His abortion clinic, aka the 'House of Horrors', would not have been able to operate without staff.Who were these unlicensed and unqualified beings that worked there and committed such horrendous crimes on innocent women ...…
 
In advance of summer swimming season, a Michigan Medicine educator says all parents should refresh their knowledge on water safety and caution. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/childrens-health/6-pool-safety-rules-parents-and-kids-should-know-before-diving
 
Even without symptoms of concussion, researchers studying high school football players found two elevated biomarkers that are associated with brain injury. To learn more about this story visit: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/lab-report/football-head-impact-raises-biomarkers-for-brain-injury
 
The NHS in Britain is 70 years old and in a special programme, Health Check looks at how it has influenced other health systems around the world. Claudia Hammond is joined in the studio by Dina Balabonova, Associate Professor of Health Systems and Policy at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. On the 5 July 1948 healthcare in Bri ...…
 
Before enjoying thrill rides, carnival games and other fun activities, make sure your family has reviewed this safety checklist. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/7-tips-to-stay-safe-at-amusement-parks-summer
 
A comparison of dog and wolf DNA reveals interesting genetics behind domestication. The new study is a step toward a deeper understanding of evolution for dogs and humans alike. Learn more about this story at https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/lab-report/what-makes-dogs-mans-best-friend
 
Summer holidays and beautiful weather are upon us. Use these pointers to keep your family safe all season long. Find out more about this story at https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/6-need-to-know-safety-tips-for-summer-holidays
 
A new study probes the benefits and drawbacks of digital media use among child and teen campers. To learn more about this story visit https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/rounds/cellphones-at-summer-camp-research-explores-effects
 
Research finds that more than half of Medicare beneficiaries have a high risk of obstructive sleep apnea, but few have been assessed for the sleep disorder. To learn more about this story visit https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/lab-report/osa-older-adults-often-present-seldom-investigated
 
The Royal Society Summer Exhibition in London showcases the latest medical research. Broken bones often fix themselves without any help. But big breaks can need a bone graft. Scientists at the University of Glasgow are combining 3-D printing of plastic or gels with stem cells - to grow replacement “bones” in the lab. So far it’s been tried in a ...…
 
Learn what a Michigan Medicine doctor who specializes in heart care eats for breakfast, lunch and dinner — plus a few tips to apply to your own menu. For more information about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/what-a-cardiologist-eats-daily-to-keep-her-heart-healthy…
 
A national study finds major variations in hearing aid use by race, income and education — but VA insurance coverage levels the playing field. To learn more about this story visit https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/rounds/cost-coverage-and-more-drive-hearing-aid-inequality
 
You protect your skin from sunburn and your body from injury, so why not your eyes? Review common summer sight hazards and how to avoid them. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/watch-out-for-these-5-summer-eye-dangers
 
The United States accounts for five percent of the world's population but consumes almost 70 percent of the total global opioid supply, creating an epidemic that has resulted in tens of thousands of deaths each year. How did we get here, and what can we do about it? In this personal talk, Travis Rieder recounts the painful, often-hidden struggl ...…
 
Doctors use an 11-point checklist to help determine if a person’s opioid use signals a deeper problem. Here’s what they look for. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/how-to-spot-signs-of-opioid-addiction
 
The average flight attendant might well spend the equivalent of 120 working days in the sky each year, or in some countries even longer. Now new research confirms that this much flying time could be a risk to health, with flight attendants having an increased chance of getting several different types of cancer. Dr Irina Mordukhovich, who is a R ...…
 
Women with ACHD who are considering having a baby need to be especially vigilant with their health care. An expert explains what to know. To learn more about this story visit https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/heart-health/women-congenital-heart-disease-safe-pregnancy-possible
 
Thousands of years ago, ancient Nubians drew pictures on tomb walls of a terrible disease that turns the eyelids inside out and causes blindness. This disease, trachoma, is still a scourge in many parts of the world today -- but it's also completely preventable, says Caroline Harper. Armed with data from a global mapping project, Harper's organ ...…
 
Bug repellents can be an effective tool to keep bites at bay. Be sure to follow proper guidelines when using them. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/9-deet-safety-tips-to-know-before-you-spray
 
Close your eyes, relax and imagine your intestines free of pain and discomfort. With hypnotherapy treatment from a specialized psychologist, it can be a reality. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/digestive-health/gut-directed-hypnotherapy-ibs-ibd-gerd
 
Each summer, news of secondary or “dry” drowning hits social media. An emergency department physician explains the nuance of this rumored risk. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/dispelling-dry-drowning-and-other-swimming-safety-myths
 
A new multi-institutional project is studying cancer biology and care to identify why minority children have worse cancer outcomes compared to their white peers. To learn more about this story visit: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/lab-report/probing-why-cancer-outcomes-are-worse-for-minority-kids
 
In the US alone last year more than 5000 pedestrians were killed on the roads and there were 70,000 pedestrian injuries involving motor vehicle collisions. Distraction – and texting in particular - has been identified as a key risk factor, with studies showing that cell phone use impairs pedestrian and driver attention. So Pooya Rahimian and re ...…
 
The global refugee crisis is a mental health catastrophe, leaving millions in need of psychological support to overcome the traumas of dislocation and conflict. To undo the damage, child psychiatrist and TED Fellow Essam Daod has been working in camps, rescue boats and the shorelines of Greece and the Mediterranean Sea to help refugees (a quart ...…
 
A new study from researchers at Michigan Medicine explores links between chronic joint inflammation and cognitive impairment. To learn more about this story visit: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/body-work/how-brain-plays-a-role-rheumatoid-arthritis-inflammation
 
Many parents choose to know if their unborn child might have birth defects. A Michigan Medicine genetic counselor explains the tests that can inform them. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/womens-health/what-moms-to-be-should-know-about-prenatal-genetic-testing
 
Hardcore ER #5 This months episode discusses the implications of a childs health when a parents beliefs get in thre way of emergency treatment. This episode is NSFW. Twitter - @STAT_talesFacebook - STAT! Shocking Traumas And Treatments Discussion GroupEmail - kaywick@stattales.comPatreon - STAT! Shocking Traumas And Treatments - https://www.pat ...…
 
The proverbial biological clock doesn’t seem to tick as fast for some women. A Michigan Medicine obstetrician explains the medical pros and cons of the societal trend. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/womens-health/when-women-delay-childbirth-to-their-30s-or-later-how-does-it-affect-health…
 
You protect your skin from sunburn and your body from injury, so why not your eyes? Review common summer sight hazards and how to avoid them. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/watch-out-for-these-5-summer-eye-dangers
 
Summer holidays and beautiful weather are upon us. Use these pointers to keep your family safe all season long. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/6-need-to-know-safety-tips-for-summer-holidays
 
Summer holidays and beautiful weather are upon us. Use these pointers to keep your family safe all season long. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/6-need-to-know-safety-tips-for-summer-holidays
 
The nation’s top cancer organizations have issued a statement urging increased HPV vaccination and screening to reduce cervical cancer. Here’s what you need to know. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/cancer-care/two-simple-steps-to-prevent-cervical-cancer
 
Infants in the NICU were more likely to stay asleep during recordings of their mothers reading, finds new research. To learn more about this story visit: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/rounds/moms-voice-may-help-babies-sleep-better-nicu
 
More than 4,000 patients have spoken: They prefer physicians in business attire and a white coat, or at least scrubs and a white coat. And the findings aren’t just about fashion. Learn more about this story at: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/rounds/what-doctors-wear-really-does-matter-to-patients
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Eduardo Rame, MD Following a successful ventricular assist device clinical trial, Dr. Jennifer Caudle is joined by Dr. Eduardo Rame, Medical Director of the Ventricular Assist Device Program and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, to discuss how this innovative tech ...…
 
Families occasionally struggle to decide whether to have their child’s adenoids removed. A Michigan Medicine pediatric otolaryngologist explains the procedure. Learn more about this story at: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/childrens-health/what-parents-should-know-about-adenoid-removal
 
Darker skin isn’t a reliable shield from potentially deadly skin cancer. Learn why everyone should protect themselves and get regular skin cancer screenings. Learn more about this story at: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/clearing-up-myths-about-skin-cancer-people-of-color
 
Public libraries have always been about more than just books -- and their mission of community support has taken on new urgency during the current opioid epidemic. After witnessing overdoses at her library in Philadelphia, Chera Kowalski learned how to administer naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of narcotics, and she's put it to use t ...…
 
A potential concussion brings questions and sometimes confusion. A Michigan Medicine sports neurologist debunks several myths about the injury. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/brain-health/8-common-misconceptions-about-concussions
 
Sunscreen is a key preventive tool — but only when used properly. A Michigan Medicine dermatologist offers tips for optimal coverage. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/dont-get-burned-by-these-8-sunscreen-mistakes
 
Teens often plan their suicide for less than five minutes, an impulse that can be fatal with a gun. An injury prevention researcher explains how to help keep kids safe. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/childrens-health/preventing-teen-suicide-when-to-remove-firearms-from-your-home…
 
Synthetic material used to help treat a common condition has been linked to problems and lawsuits. A Michigan Medicine board-certified urogynecologist explains the issues. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/womens-health/pelvic-mesh-safe-what-patients-need-to-know…
 
Learn about the various types of contraception, the effectiveness of each one and which options could pose a risk for some patients seeking to prevent pregnancy. For more information about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/womens-health/a-guide-to-choosing-right-birth-control-for-your-lifestyle…
 
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing isn’t harmful, but it has limitations. A Michigan Medicine genetic counselor explains both sides. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/health-management/should-you-get-at-home-genetic-testing-know-facts-first
 
Dr. Kermit Gosnell Story - Pt 2 This episode picks up with Dr. Gosnell returning from the Bahamas and starting a family practice.His 'good' behaviour didnt last for long, he slowly but surely degraded back into the monster he is.This episode mostly focuses on the raid of the clinic and what they found.This clinic has been aptly named 'The House ...…
 
With the return of warm weather comes the risk of tick bites. Check out these tips for thwarting the bloodsuckers — and what to do if you’ve been bitten. To learn more about this story visit: https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/wellness-prevention/tick-talk-how-to-stop-and-remove-them
 
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