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The U-M Medical School, School of Nursing and other graduate-level training programs continue to be recognized nationally in the U.S. News & World Report annual rankings.
Parents may be unsure whether to “redshirt” 5-year-olds from kindergarten. But holding them back has little benefit, a child clinical psychologist says.
Bone marrow drives as far away as Greece aim to find a match for 6-month-old Elias, whose dangerously weak immune system puts him at risk from even mild colds.
Parents (and doctors, too) might differ on when dental care should begin. A Michigan Medicine pediatrician explains why screening early is best.
Mila’s story highlights the importance of the 4-year-old mandatory statewide newborn heart defect screening program.
Whether children are streaming videos, playing games or interacting with apps, habit-forming design plays a role. But its effect is largely unknown.
Simple behaviors can make a big difference behind the wheel. Use this checklist to teach your new motorist good habits.
The Gender Focused Diversity, Equity and Inclusion group invites you to a book club discussion January 17, 2018 of Men Explain Things to Me , by Rebecca Solnit.
Dr. Shellhaas discusses a new study finds that babies with spina bifida have early symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing that could contribute to lifelong issues with neurodevelopment.
There have been numerous programs, exciting events and several special presentations to celebrate the university’s bicentennial year.
From toddlers to teens, young people process news of a parent’s cancer diagnosis differently. Learn how perceptions evolve over time — and strategies for conversation.
In a new study, 1 in 20 privately insured children were prescribed codeine after common surgeries, despite the FDA warning on significant safety risks.
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