University of Michigan researchers will use computer modeling and patient surveys to study health and economic outcomes for screening of Krabbe disease, Pompe disease and phenylketonuria.
Too much weight before and during pregnancy can have serious health consequences not only for the mother, but for her child’s health for many years, new research shows.
The DNA results are in and a trial date has been set for a Mount Clemens man accused of impregnating his girlfriend’s 11-year-old daughter.
The National Institutes of Health, Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University have published of a major new study that describes a safe way to prevent as many as 45,000 premature births per year in the U.S.
BabyCenter released the results of its annual Baby Names Survey and the Top 100 Baby Names of 2011.
The birth rate for U.S. teens aged 15–19 years hit a record low in 2010, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Macomb County man accused of getting an 11-year-old girl pregnant has been ordered to stand trial.
Researchers say an initiative under way in 65 Michigan hospitals to discourage the use cesarean section births in many cases has already changed pregnancy care in the state.
A team of researchers at Wayne State University’s Parent Health Lab in the School of Medicine have received a three-year grant to develop a computer-delivered intervention for pregnant women at risk for alcohol use, which can lead to lifelong negative effects on the fetus.
Trevaun Brooks, accused of assaulting and impregnating his girlfriend’s 11-year-old daughter, will remain in jail until his next court hearing,