We are so proud of these amazing young men who walked 40 miles this weekend, from their home in Bedford to Michigan Wrestling's Bahna Center. Hunter carried his brother Braden, who has CP, the whole way to raise awareness for issues kids with CP face. Learn more about their story and how you can help at The Cerebral Palsy Swagger! http://umhealth.me/1ntY3Hr
We live in temperance and so proud of Hunter and Braden! It is great to see all of the love and support various people and communities have given! We attended the pep rally at our bedford junior high school on that early saturday morning and wanted to share this quick video http://youtu.be/2HoOzdGg1mw
Some parents in Peru carry their children up to eight hours through the Amazon jungle to receive medical care when surgeons - like our own Dr. Ron Hirschl and Dr. Dan Teitelbaum - visit with the Yantalo Peru Foundation. Learn more about our surgeons' work in Yantalo: http://umhealth.me/1l2ZBI6
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On Sunday, we celebrated an amazing milestone: the 50th anniversary of our first transplant. That transplant, done in 1964, was a living kidney donation between two identical sisters. They joined us Sunday at Crisler Arena for an ice-cream social along with about 600 people. Check out the photos and remember #donatelife. You can help us save lives for the next 50 years.
Many young athletes may be defaulting to not playing following a concussion. But taking an avid athlete away from their sport after a concussion can do more harm than good. Dr. Kutcher explains: http://umhealth.me/conc514
Fifty years ago, U-M performed its first organ transplant, a kidney donated from one identical twin to the other. Watch as Janice and Joanie look back on the $25 kidney and the kind doctor that performed the surgery back in 1964.
We want to improve healthcare policy; educate doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; and provide better care for all people - and we need your help! Please tell us what you think about healthcare equity in 8 words: http://umhealth.me/8wrds
Shortly after D-Day (70 years ago today), a medical team organized by the University of Michigan Medical School dean landed on the beaches of Normandy, caring for Allied troops as part of their 36-month deployment. Learn about the 298th general hospital: http://umhealth.me/1tLwrhC
This photo essay from The Ann Arbor News follows as one of the Little Victors from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital undergoes open-heart surgery, just one of the many victories that happen at UMHS everyday!
On May 13, 10-year-old Ben Hillard of Zeeland, Mich. was running from his older sister, Briana, during a game of freeze-tag at the “Little Victors” playground at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor. From the outside, Ben looked like...
We're already hearing lots of reports of ticks, and experts are saying it's going to be a banner year for ticks in Michigan - including the deer tick, which is known to spread Lyme disease. Check out this summary of what parents need to know about ticks and kids from Dr. Burrows: http://umhealth.me/1krnlGp