Positive Updates On The Coronavirus OutbreakIf it seems that your news feed has been flooded with nerve-wracking updates on the COVID-19 outbreaks, have no fear—there are also plenty of positive updates on the pandemic as well.
STUDY: Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled In The US, Women Are At An Increased RiskAbout half of these deaths are from liver disease or an overdose from alcohol or alcohol mixed with other drugs.
Michigan Fights CWD With Research, Education And CollaborationWhen chronic wasting disease was first discovered in wild deer in Ingham County in 2015, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and its many partners took action to better understand the neurological disease that is always fatal to deer, moose and elk infected with it.
New Vaping Study Links E-Liquids To Some Lung InflammationA new study suggests that vaping e-liquids, specifically propylene glycol and glycerin, may lead to some inflammation in the lungs -- but more research is needed to determine just how much inflammation may occur over a prolonged period of time.
Helping Co-Workers? You May Be Surprised By The Results Of ResearchNew research from MSU shows people who help co-workers too much can hurt their own job performance.
More Flavorful Chocolate That's Actually Healthy? Researchers Decode Cocoa ConundrumIt could be a breakthrough for people who love chocolate -- but hate the accompanying guilt.
Study: Light Vs. Dark Could Play Role In Breast Cancer TeatmentsResearchers found high melatonin levels at night put breast cancer cells to sleep, by stopping their growth and making them vulnerable to tamoxifen.
All HIV Not Created Equal; New Research At UM May Lead To Drugs To Target VirusHIV-infected people carry many different HIV viruses and all have distinct personalities—some much more vengeful and infectious than others.
U-M Study: 30 Percent Of Babies Are SpankedThe study found 30 percent of 1-year-old children were spanked at least once in the past month by their mother, father or both parents.
$8 Million U-M Study To Probe Health-Religion TiesResearchers will interview 3,000 American adults as part of an $8 million study of how religion and health are related.
CIMdata Expands of Simulation, Analysis, Systems Engineering Consulting PracticesCIMdata Inc., the leading global product lifecycle management consulting and research firm, announced the expansion of its simulation and analysis and systems engineering consulting practices.
Thousands Walk To Raise Money For Diabetes Research, CureThousands of people walked to raise money for the Juvenial Diabetes Research Fund Sunday in Warren.
Michigan Tech Board: Athletes Earn High MarksFrom their athletic achievements to their academic excellence, Michigan Technological University’s student athletes embody the University’s vision and promote its strategic plan, Athletics Director Suzanne Sanregret told the Michigan Tech Board of Control at its regular meeting today.
US Senate Panel OKs Next Step In $550M MSU 'FRIB' ProjectThe U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee has approved $55 million for the next step in the development of a $550 million physics research project at Michigan State University.
Study: Mobile Phone Dangers DoubleYou see it all the time: people walking and talking or texting on their phones. Now new research shows just how dangerous that can be.