Dinner with TV May Equal Less Healthy Meals
Amanda Trofholz, M.P.H., R.D. is featured on FOX News to discuss her new research that shows families that eat dinner with the TV on tend to eat less healthy food.
Part of “Ask a U of M Expert” video talks, Leuche answered questions about how to check if a gift is safe and what to do if it is not.
The U of M Medical School study affirms that reduced access to obstetrical care in rural areas presents a significant burden to pregnant people and infants.
Faculty from the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health recently published an article highlighting some of the guidelines they followed to improve diversity, equity and inclusion across their programs.