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Should we sequence newborns’ DNA? answer is complicated, study finds
Study points out opioid risks for hospital patients transitioning to skilled nursing facilities
UC Answers: How can I help my kids understand COVID-19?
CMS and CDC announce provider reimbursement available for counseling patients to self-isolate
UO team works to boost access to mental health tools for youth
New Study Sheds Light on How to Improve Injury Prevention Counseling During Doctor Visits
$6.2 million grant renews Alcohol Research Center on HIV funding for five years
U.S. Vice President Pence’s Remarks in a Roundtable with Governor McMaster and Mrs. McMaster on Safely Reopening
Quitline and surgery are big motivators for quitting smoking
University of Missouri hosts discussion on inclusion, diversity and equity initiatives
Research Raises Concerns About Firearm Access for Alzheimer’s Population
Young psychologists will conduct support consultations
Readout of First Lady Melania Trump’s Visit to Mary Elizabeth House
Women who deliver by C-section are less likely to conceive subsequent children
Victorian Aboriginal Health Service respond to COVID-19 high-rise lockdowns
United States Announces Additional Humanitarian Assistance for Syrian People
Researchers Make Telehealth Recommendations From Virtual Front Lines Of COVID-19
Genes affecting brains and brawn?
UConn Announces Changes To Division of Athletics
Tennessee teachers identify technological supports for remote learning as primary need during COVID-19 school
EAP Director Explores People’s Problems and Concerns During Pandemic
Bond between humans and dogs strengthened by COVID-19
Identifying survivors at high risk of secondary cancers
“We have to be very creative”
A satisfying romantic relationship may improve breast cancer survivors’ health
McNeill finds familismo-like bonds through CLFSA
Dana-Farber researchers present key studies at ASCO annual meeting
At-home screening for ovarian, breast cancers is effective
Virtual graduation message emphasizes positivity, resiliency
Researchers: As Ohio abortion regulations increased, disparities in care emerged
Candice Storey Lee to lead Commodores, makes history at Vanderbilt University
Laurie Cyr-Martel volunteers to support frontline pandemic workers experiencing tough times
Genes May Play Role in Weight Gain from Birth Control
Five tea-rrific activities to try at your virtual Biggest Morning Tea this May
Financial Incentives Boost Doctor Training in Opioid Treatment Medication
Mizzou continues to expand online degrees
Proclamation on National Foster Care Month, 2020
Heart disease more likely for adults with dysfunctional childhoods
HEDCO clinic helps parents, families with coronavirus stress
University of Missouri partnership connects families to social services during pandemic
Enhanced recovery is an improved, cost-effective approach for breast reconstruction
Covid-19 calls MIT physician-scientist to front-line respiratory care
Study Provides a Fresh Look at Mental Health Preparedness and Service Use Among Older Adolescents
2020 Faculty Research Awards go to 23 UO scholars
How can I miss you when you won’t go away? A couple’s survival guide
BHP Petroleum establishes US$2 million Community Relief Fund
California Smokers’ Helpline offers free nicotine patches
MIT offers assistance to City of Cambridge during Covid-19 crisis