Egg allergic children, including those with a history of anaphylaxis to egg, can safely receive a single dose of the seasonal influenza vaccine, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.
Researchers with the U-M School of Natural Resources and Environment are leading a five-year, $4 million study of disparities in access to healthy food across the state.
In addition to using scholarly journals for active research projects, business faculty rely on materials that share insights and ideas ahead of publication, according to a new study from ProQuest that explores non-journal resources.
Henry Ford Hospital is seeking patients who have been diagnosed with heart failure to participate in a clinical study to treat their condition through nerve stimulation.
Hearing the phrase more often was found to increase students’ risk of health problems and feelings of isolation.
For every Detroit child who enters kindergarten ready to learn, Michigan taxpayers save $100,000, according to a study that calculates the economic value of preparing children for long-term educational success.
Metro Detroiters are being offered an opportunity to help researchers to refine cancer prevention.
“Your award of citizenship or being denied citizenship could be made at random,” said Winke, who led a study in which 414 citizens and noncitizens took two mock citizenship tests based on questions asked by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The percentage of U.S.workers who make annual IRA contributions has dropped to a record low 15 percent, according to a new survey commissioned by Greene IRA.
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.