A local study appearing in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine supports the use of whole-body hypothermia in full-term, oxygen-deprived newborns.
An international research team from Michigan State University has developed a new protein that they say has the potential to combat deadly flu epidemics.
Metro Detroiters are being offered an opportunity to help researchers to refine cancer prevention.
The University of Windsor is getting more than $1 million to improve the production of lightweight auto parts.
A new study into treatment for alcoholism is rocking the rehab world
Gale, part of Cengage Learning and a leading publisher of research and reference resources for libraries, schools and businesses, today announced DemographicsNow: Business & People, an online business and residential reference tool that provides detailed demographic data on more than 23 million businesses and 206 million consumers.
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.
A year after the crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, scientists and engineers remain largely in the dark when it comes to fundamental knowledge about how nuclear fuels behave under extreme conditions, according to a University of Michigan nuclear waste expert and his colleagues.
Too much of a good thing? A new report from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital shows that kids in low-income families drink more juice than recommended.
A new study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit finds a strong correlation between brain dominance (left or right hemisphere) and the ear used to listen to a cell phone.