After 30 years of battling irritable bowel syndrome, one patient recounts how GI hypnosis changed her life for the better.
Jina Sawani handles communications for several departments across Michigan Medicine and the University of Michigan Medical School, including gastroenterology/digestive diseases, diabetes/endocrinology, nephrology, otolaryngology and radiology. She's passionate about fostering a sense of unity and bridging gaps between cultures through the art of storytelling. Prior to joining U-M in 2017, she worked in public affairs and political communications in Washington, D.C., and Southeastern Michigan.
A Michigan Medicine gastroenterologist discusses what’s known about using medical marijuana as a potential treatment for inflammatory
After surviving a house fire, a nursing student undergoes multiple surgeries to regain her abili
Two Michigan Medicine experts share advice on navigating the holiday food and drink scene in the healthiest way possible.
A Michigan Medicine gastroenterologist discusses treatment options and holiday-related tips for individuals impacted by heartburn, including those used
Michigan Health News Right to Your Inbox
News From Michigan Health Lab
Read about Michigan Medicine’s latest research and medical breakthroughs on our science-driven sister blog.