Many people in their 50s and early 60s buy supplements or do puzzles in hopes of staving off memory loss. But without mentioning their concern to health providers, they may miss out on proven strategies that protect brain health.
A new study finds that the long work hours of an intern’s first year of medical residency are associated with accelerated cellular aging. It’s the first longitudinal study of people exposed to such prolonged stress.
The CEO of Facebook designed a device to help his wife sleep better after having children. Dr. Deirdre Conroy, Ph.D., clinical director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program says he just may be on to something.
As we come to the close of National Autism Awareness Month, learn more about the Multidisciplinary Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic – and a recent gift will improve the scope of care for patients throughout their lifespan.
Treating children with anxiety at the onset of symptoms can prevent substance use, school dropouts and suicide attempts. A new study being conducted by experts within the Department of Psychiatry seeks young participants.
A few months into their yearlong research projects in Ghana, U-M Medical School Psychiatry Fellows Heidi Burns, M.D., and Nakita Natala, M.D., are feeling right at home and moving forward with their respective studies.