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Schooling children in the basics of medical insurance and preventive care could benefit their long-term health, U-M researchers say.
Costs may prevent kids from lower-income families from participating in sports, arts or clubs. But schools can do more to help, experts say.
Dr. Jenny Radesky discusses this new study
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Dr. Gary Freed to lead Michigan team in testing, implementing new quality measures for pediatric care
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Most parents support schools teaching kids about sex, drugs and alcohol, but also want schools to cover emotional and mental health, first aid and CPR.
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Shane Quinonez, M.D. , a pediatrician and board-certified medical geneticist at University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, built an app designed
Dr. Susan Woolford discusses this new study.
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