Unforeseen consequences of immigration enforcement on impacted communities
Individuals exposed to immigration raids and deportations have lower levels of reproductive autonomy and affected decision-making about reproduction, a new study finds.
An Ethical Argument for Global Cervical Cancer Prevention
In a recent essay in the AMA Journal of Ethics, Weyinshet Gossa and Michael Fetters discuss the 'tragedy' of global cervical cancer incidence.
Chang and Healthy Michigan Plan Evaluation Team Release New Findings on Medicare Expansion and Employment
Tammy Chang and a team of policy researchers at the Institute for Health Policy and Innovation (IHPI) share new findings on a positive link between insurance coverage and employment. Healthy Michigan Plan enrollees experienced a six-point increase in employment or student status in one year, while employment for all Michiganders stayed the same
New study finds deaf and hard of hearing women more likely to have pregnancy complications
Women who are deaf and hard of hearing have more pregnancy complications and worse outcomes than those without hearing impairment, a study indicates.
Understanding risk-taking behaviors, beliefs associated with young people
MyVoice data used in a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report providing suggestions for funding holistic health programs, encouraging healthy behaviors
‘You Are Enough’ Glee Club performance includes MyVoice responses
Data provided from national polling of young people offers insights and materials used in a performance of the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club.
Physicians often recommend own diet strategies to patients
A survey of female physicians in an online weight-loss support group found they were most likely to recommend their own strategies, including intermittent fasting, low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets.
More medical students are disclosing their disabilities, and schools are responding, study finds
Increased disability diversity and accommodation among future physicians could improve patient care, researchers say.