Finding out that your child will be born with a cleft palate can be overwhelming. One family's journey through their baby's first year, with tips for expectant moms from the Craniofacial Anomalies Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital: [ Umhealth.me Link ]
Gina Russell was one month from becoming a full-fledged Survival Flight nurse when she was in a terrible car accident. She was cut out of her vehicle and doctors had to reattach her foot. Read how Gina bounced back.
Every year, 1 out of every 1,000 people with epilepsy or other seizure disorders dies suddenly -- for reasons scientists and doctors don't fully understand. Our researchers just made a discovery that could help explain these tragedies - and perhaps help prevent them.
Did you get your tag yet? Our medical students are fanning out across Ann Arbor to collect donations for children's charities including our C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Now through Saturday, everyone who gives receives a colorful tag to wear -- a tradition dating back to 1927. Or you can give online via the link in this story.
She started her quest against AIDS as a young medical student. Today, she treats patients at our AIDS clinic - and is making crucial discoveries about how to rid the body of HIV. Learn more about the work of our Dr. Kathleen Collins in this story from Michigan Health Lab, on #WorldAIDSDay.
Happy birthday to C.S. Mott Children's Hospital! Since the new hospital opened five years ago, we've celebrated so many amazing firsts, but the milestones we are most proud of are yours. Thank you letting us be part of your lives.
Athlete Paige Decker has had a long road to recovery but did not let her injury win. “When you don’t know how to get well, it’s the worst feeling in the world. NeuroSport gave me hope again. They gave me structure to my recovery and a path that I believed in.”
November is Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness Month. Because common symptoms of PH are often misdiagnosed, a proper diagnosis and treatment is often delayed, costing patients valuable time. Early diagnosis and proper treatment is key.
It’s one of the most visible symbols of the health system, but how much do you know about the high-flying crews inside those helicopters and the people who support them? Learn more about Survival Flight!