How much alcohol women drink may depend on where they live. A new study finds one-fifth of women in Appalachian Ohio imbibe at alarming levels.
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.
The Magnet Recognition Program® isn’t a prize or an award. It’s a performance-driven recognition credential.
Francis S. Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, shared words of advice for new medical grads before he spoke during U-M’s commencement weekend.
The annual Digestive Disease Week conference presents research across a range of GI specialties. Here’s a look at some of 2017’s standouts.
A new study suggests some Americans are more susceptible to esophageal cancer, and it’s linked to where they live. More research is needed to pinpoint the relationship.
With a new app, patients can discreetly and easily monitor their GI symptoms — improving communication with their doctors along the way.