A new study by Professor Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, School of Public Health, reviews data from 1,455 participants.
Demand has increased dramatically, but little is known about the public health impact of eating gluten-free food.
While there's a belief low back pain is limited to adults, research has shown it increasingly develops in adolescence.
School of Public Health graduate Jacqueline Logan (MPH ’17) and Assistant Professor Nicole Basta led a study.
Recent grad and Churchill Scholar Merrick Pierson Smela heads to England to study reproductive biology.
Researchers explored how complex river systems underpin watershed-scale populations.
U of M associate professors Sarah Gollust and Pinar Karaca-Mandic led the study.
There is an urgent need for better methods to treat bacterial infection, this research investigates one possible avenue.
An updated American Cancer Society guideline says colorectal cancer screening should begin at age 45.
Measuring the plant diversity using spectral data promises to improve efforts to predict how well ecosystems function.
Discovery led by University of Minnesota researchers could have a big impact in the semiconductor industry
Study finds that organic matter from decaying plants and other sources plays a key role in removing the pollutant.