Parents and families of children who developed now have a few more answers regarding a recent cluster of cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM).
Child abuse is a public health issue affecting children, families, and communities. In 2017, more than 674,000 children were victims of child maltreatment, and 1,700 children died from child abuse nationwide.
Dr. Emilyn Alejandro receives a NIH R01 grant!
As part of National Youth Violence Prevention Week, which runs April 8-12, Iris Wagman Borowsky, MD, PhD, sat down to answers questions on the prevalence of youth violence in the United States and options for intervention.
Thybulle, University of Washington; Morant, Murray State; Williams, Tennessee; and Duke’s Williamson were all in town for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Games.
During this year’s Resident Match Day (March 15, 2019), more than 58,000 active applicants competed for 32,000 residency positions, making 2019 the largest on record and advancing a four-year growth trend, according to the National Resident Match Progr
A workplace accident that took Oakdale, MN, resident, Linda Tinega, to the emergency room began a journey that would lead her to making healthcare history.
The team coached by Calhoun won by just one point. From the U of M, Team Calhoun included Anne Barlow, Karli McGill,and Karim Sadak. Team Ryan included Chris Weight, Elizabeth Neil, and cancer survivor Jonathan Benson.
University of Minnesota medical students are getting authentic hands-on training thanks to trained actors who play the roles of patients in real-world situations.
Opioid use disorders and the increasing incidence of opioid-related fatal overdoses are a national crisis.