Health

  1. Input sought from Detroit minorities on genetic technology January 8, 1997
  2. Importance of African American male teens’ ties to fathers gauged December 18, 1995
  3. About a tenth of U.S. women had post-traumatic stress disorder December 7, 1995
  4. Expert tips on coping with job loss December 7, 1995
  5. U-M names new director of broadcasting November 21, 1995
  6. 1994-95 research expenditures of $409 million an all-time high November 17, 1995
  7. Michigan economy to continue growth, but more slowly November 17, 1995
  8. Story ideas for the holiday season November 16, 1995
  9. Americans aged 70 and older remain surprisingly productive November 14, 1995
  10. Make HIV vaccine tests gauge effect on infection AND contagion November 13, 1995
  11. Presentations at annual Gerontological Society of America meeting November 9, 1995
  12. New Center on Biology of Aging November 7, 1995
  13. Men and women differ little in political activities November 2, 1995
  14. Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders is MLK memorial lecturer October 27, 1995
  15. Health and Retirement Study data available on the Internet October 26, 1995
  16. Studies presented at American Public Health Association meeting October 26, 1995
  17. Risk-prone drivers may show tendencies in eighth grade October 18, 1995
  18. New technology transfer program creates business spin-off October 18, 1995
  19. Psychology Prof. Emeritus John R. P. French Jr. died Oct. 14 October 17, 1995
  20. Free customized athletic mouth guards at School of Dentistry October 11, 1995