Zingerman’s in Ethiopia? Zingerman's co-founding partner Ari Weinzweig and colleague Ann Lofgren were recently invited to Ethiopia to work with the new Center for International Reproductive Health Training (CIRHT) led by the U-M Health System’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Read on! →
Pharmacists don’t just take pressure off primary care doctors–they bring their patients more knowledge and training about medications and supplements. In primary care and some specialty clinics at U-M, pharmacists see patients with medication-responsive chronic conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, high Read on! →
Marianne Udow-Phillips, director of the Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation at the University of Michigan, explains to USA Today why consumers may benefit–and how they may lose–after insurance giant Anthem reached a deal Friday to purchase Cigna. “It could Read on! →
The U-M Health System’s Silver Club Memory Programs are pleased to share a short video about innovative opportunities for engagement in the Ann Arbor area. This video provides information about Silver Club's efforts. Referrals are welcome to Silver Club’s innovative programs Read on! →
Pain Medication Take-Back Day- dispose of your pain medication safely Prescription drug abuse is one of the fastest growing trends among our young teens today and is the second most abused substance behind marijuana. Many teens mistakenly view prescriptions as Read on! →
A Toledo, Blissfield, Dundee vanpool is looking for one more rider. The van travels to the C&W parking structure and is for employees with work hours from 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday with possible weekends. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Read on! →
Wade Cooper, DO, FACN Wade Cooper, D.O., FACN, is the featured expert in a national Huffington Post article about headache symptoms and treatments. Read the director of U-M's Headache and Neuropathic Pain Clinic's tips for dealing with headaches here.
An image of foot anatomy by U-M Medical Illustrator Megan Foldenauer Megan Foldenauer, Ph.D., a certified medical illustrator in U-M’s Department of Neurosurgery, was recently featured in a Local 4 News segment to explain why hand-drawn medical images are still Read on! →
Research by James Burke, M.D., assistant professor of neurology, found that the odds of receiving a drug that can halt strokes in progress may vary widely by ZIP code across the U.S. Read more in CBS News.
Hammoud Maya, M.D., was recently interviewed by the Osmosis Blog, whose mission is "innovating education through science, technology and collaboration." Read the interview here>> Dr. Maya is a professor of OB/GYN at U-M’s Medical School. She is a fellow of the Read on! →