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Research finds that more than half of Medicare beneficiaries have a high risk of obstructive sleep apnea, but few have been assessed for the sleep disorder.
As the well-known — but little understood — brain disease cycles in and out of the news, a Michigan Medicine specialist explains the latest science.
Targeting a secondary health problem made “such a difference” for a multiple sclerosis patient, who regained some lost function.
A Michigan Medicine expert answers questions about this degenerative neurological disease — and works to defeat it.
After years of troublesome hand tremors, an active retiree finally found relief. Learn about the procedure that helped him regain function.
Your Body Might Be Secretly Sabotaging Your Sleep—Here’s How To Fix It
The University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center and Office of Academic Innovation are excited to announce that a new Teach-Out, Sleep
Do You Have Restless Leg Syndrome Or Are You Just Fidgety?
After sustaining multiple blows to the head during his college hockey career, a Wolverine returns to campus decades later for specialized neurological help.
People with medication-resistant epilepsy haven’t had many options. Now, a minimally invasive procedure uses lasers to stop the seizures.
Michigan Medicine researchers awarded nearly $3.5 million to fight fatigue in multiple sclerosis
This award recognizes a scientist or group of scientists identified as having made outstanding contributions to the Medical School in basic biomedical science research.
The Kaiser Award is the most prestigious teaching award given by the Medical School.
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