Recent News

Feb. 24, 2020
The Nicotine and Tobacco Research Division, or NTRD, based in the Tolan Park Medical Building, provides Wayne State researchers with a hub to enhance research communication, collaboration and education...
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Feb. 20, 2020
A new Michigan State University study found that a good night’s sleep does adolescents good – beyond helping them stay awake in class. Adequate sleep can help teens navigate challenging social situa...
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Feb. 17, 2020
High levels of noise exposure is one of the most common occupational hazards in the United States and continues to be a pervasive health threat to workers. According to the National Institute for Occupa...
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Feb. 17, 2020
Elderly asthma patients living near busy highways and heavy industry in Southeast Michigan believed that air pollution was making their breathing more difficult. A recent study by Michigan State Univers...
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Feb. 10, 2020
Children around the world born with clubfoot have a new champion in Ahmad Hasan, a third-year medical student at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Hasan is the driving force behind The Lit...
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Feb. 4, 2020
According to the latest State of the State Survey, Michiganders are more positive about their personal finances than they’ve been in nearly two decades, but their feelings about President Donald Trum...
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Feb. 3, 2020
A new collaborative study published by a research team from the Wayne State University School of Medicine, the CReATe Fertility Centre and the University of Massachusetts Amherst provides the first in-d...
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Feb. 3, 2020
A new initiative led by the Michigan State University College of Nursing and Detroit Medical Center will address health disparities among women of color throughout the state.
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Jan. 28, 2020
For people with psychiatric disorders, comorbidity — or the presence of two or more disorders in a single patient — is quite common. One of the most common comorbidities is alcohol use disorder and ...
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Jan. 27, 2020
Michigan State University and Stanford University scientists have invented a nanoparticle that eats away – from the inside out – portions of plaques that cause heart attacks. Bryan Smith, associate ...
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