Stillbirth and early infant death are devastating and often sudden events for families. Who delivers the news — and how they do it — can have lasting effects on a mother’s mental health.
Lauren Love covers communications for several departments within Michigan Medicine, including gastroenterology, family medicine and the medical school. She has experience in a number of key areas, including media relations, nonprofit communications, social media, crisis communications, strategic planning and special events. Lauren graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in journalism. She has spent the past 10 years working in nonprofit and higher education communications.
Noninvasive tests haven’t replaced liver biopsies, but they have sharply reduced the need for them. Two Michigan Medicine experts examine the debate in a new paper.
An elimination diet designed to relieve discomfort in IBS patients did more than ease physical symptoms, a new study finds. It also improved quality of life.
Primary care physicians play a key role in caring for patients with chronic pain. But many clinicians — and insurers — fail to emphasize the value of nonopioid alternatives.
How a new Ann Arbor program helps those with hearing loss — and provides a blueprint other academic medical centers may follow.
The intrusive methods licensing boards use to evaluate physician impairment may actually promote stigma around mental health — without improving patient safety.