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UPMC St. Margaret, St. Margaret Foundation Offer Free Flu Shots and Screenings for Seniors
35 Years: Pitt Commemorates its Legacy of HIV/AIDS Research
Social Support Linked to Less Violence in At-Risk Teen Boys
MWRI Receives $5.1M from R.K. Mellon Foundation
Opioids: Fight Continues
Telemedicine Engages New Moms in Cardiovascular Monitoring
UPMC St. Margaret Presents: ‘Traveling Smart with Diabetes’
New VP of Nursing and Quality Joins UPMC International
$6 Million Grant Supports Expansion of Magee-Womens Research Institute to Erie
Physicians Slow to Use New Antibiotics Against Superbugs
Life or Death: Hospital Readiness for Pediatric Emergencies
Texas Cities Increasingly Susceptible to Measles Outbreaks
Scarcity of Study on Health Interventions for LGBTQ Youth
UPMC Hospitals Recognized by HRC As Leaders In LGBTQ Care
McGowan Institute Partners with International Space Station
Disrupted Genetic Clocks in Schizophrenia-Affected Brains Reveal Clues to Disease
UPMC East Cancer Program Earns National Accreditation
Amazon Web Services Teams with PHDA to Improve Care
University of Pittsburgh First to Grow Genetically Engineered Mini Livers
Transgender Women Can Regain Fertility Shows Case Study
Hormone Therapy Linked to Heart Fat, Hard Arteries
Immune Oncology Innovator BlueSphere Bio Names Veteran Biotech Leader David Apelian as CEO
Sugar consumption is rising, dragging down peoples’ oral health with it
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Announces Kelley Skoloda as New Board Member
Multiple Dosing of Long-Acting Rilpivirine in a Model of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
Pain and Gain: Skin Nerves Anticipate and Fight Infection
UPMC Passavant Hosts Bereavement Support Group
Passavant Hospital Foundation Hosts 7th Annual Run/Walk
QUT part of US$10.7M global project to develop a human chlamydia vaccine
Molecular Sensor Scouts DNA Damage and Supervises Repair
Can We Separate Living Longer From Living Healthier?
First Ever State Sepsis Regulation Tied to Lower Death Rates
HIV Persists in Spinal Fluid, Linked to Cognition Problems
New Study Highlights Advantages of Living-Liver Donation
Maternal Obesity Linked to Childhood Cancer
UPMC Passavant Names Keith Lorenz New Vice President of Operations
Can Red Cell Exchange Treat Advanced Sickle Cell Disease?