In a new study, 1 in 20 privately insured children were prescribed codeine after common surgeries, despite the FDA warning on significant safety risks.
A study finds increasing prevalence of pre-existing, chronic conditions among childbearing women that are linked to negative health outcomes for both moms and newborns.
Falls among middle-aged people are an underreported issue, U-M researchers say. Now, they’re probing the connection between falling and poor vision as a way to prevent injury.
Less than 1 in 5 adults rate quality of diet, safety of communities, and exercise and fitness as better for kids today than their predecessors, a U-M-led study finds.
To increase patient satisfaction and lower costs in emergency departments, researchers interviewed former surgical patients who later visited EDs with nonemergent conditions.
A surprisingly high number of cancer patients use opioids for months after curative-intent surgery, new research finds. What cancer care teams should know.