Every day, their baby stopped breathing, his collapsed bronchus blocking the crucial flow of air to his lungs. April and Bryan Gionfriddo watched helplessly, just praying that somehow the dire predictions weren’t true.
Are certain drugs more effective against some types of prostate cancers than others? A new clinical trial is testing whether targeting treatments to a genetic anomaly can lead to better treatments for advanced prostate cancer.
A study from the June issue of Anesthesiologyfound feedback from the front region of the brain is a crucial building block for consciousness and that its disruption is associated with unconsciousness when the anesthetics ketamine, propofol or sevoflurane are administered.
Children with obstructive sleep apnea who had a common surgery to remove their tonsils and adenoids showed notable improvements in behavior, quality of life and other symptoms compared to those treated with “watchful waiting” and supportive care, according to a new study.
In an editorial published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics, a U-M pediatrician argues that saying “children are not small adults” disconnects child and adult health concerns and initiatives, when children’s and adults’ health are inseparable.
On Saturday, May 18, U-M primary care physician and medical educator Steven E. Gradwohl, M.D., died following a car accident on Interstate 94. A comment form is available for those wishing to share thoughts and memories of him.