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A new study, published in Pediatrics, finds that transgender and gender non-conforming youth show lower rates of health care utilization and suffer poorer health than cisgender youth.
Whether you’re playing in the big game, or cheering in the crowd, knowing what to do when faced with an injury can keep you in the action and off of the bench.
In a new video, Dr. Neil Henderson, Executive Director of the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team, talks about the team's new community space in Duluth and how its design fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and community engagement.
Elementary school aged kids are being encouraged to pursue a career in medicine more than ever.
Dr. Alan Johns from the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health on the Medical School, Duluth Campus hosts WDSE-TV's 'Doctors on Call' answering viewers questions about upper extremity, neck and back problems.
Dr. Mark Schleiss, Department of Pediatrics, calls the spread of influenza "explosive" across the Twin Cities, pointing to a mismatch between the circulating influenza strain and the vaccine.
Supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), teams at 21 sites around the United States are regularly using MRI machines to record the structure and activity young brains.
Researchers in the Behavioral Medicine Laboratories on the Duluth Campus is looking for candidates to participate in a stress response smoking cessation study.