5 Things to Know About ALS

A Michigan Medicine expert answers questions about this degenerative neurological disease — and works to defeat it. It’s a debilitating condition that worsens over time, eventually proving fatal. The ALS Association estimates that up to 30,000 Americans are living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS — a disease of the motor neurons in the brain, brain…Read More

How Will IoT Reshape Our Kitchens?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is enabling our internet-of-things (IoT) technology to achieve new heights. Our devices are becoming smarter thanks to sophisticated machine learning algorithms, in combination with interfaces that make the interactions between man and machine smoother and more accessible. But while some technologies merely take an aspect of our lives and make it more…Read More

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction: What’s Available, What Works

One expert recommends that everyone battling opioid use disorder keep Narcan at home for emergencies — and seek information about available addiction therapies. Do you know someone who is battling an opioid addiction? If so, it’s important to understand all of the available treatment options. MORE FROM MICHIGAN: Sign up for our weekly newsletter Physicians…Read More

The State of Responsible IoT in 2018

What’s the State of Responsible IoT in 2018? After years of concerning news about connected devices that were hacked, bricked, or used to spy on users, a collection of essays by the experts in the ThingsCon network explores where we stand in terms of creating IoT devices that are responsibly made and respect user rights….Read More