A Wayne State University School of Medicine physician researcher has received a $1.9 million National Institutes of Health grant to study the role of vitamin D in halting and reducing subclinical cardiac damage in African-Americans suffering from high blood pressure.
A new study, led by Wayne State University’s College of Nursing and funded by a three-year, $1,078,000 award from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health, aims to improve the care of African Americans with cancer pain.
A number of new cars and trucks are being introduced this week at the North American International Auto Show. Also being unveiled on Wednesday is a new project called “DRIVEN: A Tribute to African American Achievement in the Auto Industry.”
Text messages could prove to be the wave of the future in healthcare. Wayne State researchers are looking into it when it comes to helping Detroiters with uncontrolled hypertension.