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The latest videos from UNC Health Care and the UNC School of Medicine.

VIDEO: The Benefits of Tai Chi on arthritis pain

A small number of studies have examined the benefits of tai chi and arthritis pain. Now, researchers at the UNC School of Medicine have teamed up with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to put tai chi through the rigors of science.

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VIDEO: UNC Health Care partners with Habitat for Humanity - Part 2

As part of its Commitment to Communities program, UNC Health Care is sponsoring the construction of a Habitat for Humanity Home. This is the second slideshow of construction of the home.

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VIDEO: Dr. Roper - The impact of health care reform on UNC Health Care

Dr. William L. Roper, CEO of UNC Health Care and dean of the UNC School of Medicine, shares his views about the impact of health care reform legislation on UNC Health Care.

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VIDEO: Dr. Roper - The impact of health care reform on UNC Health Care

Dr. William L. Roper, CEO of UNC Health Care and dean of the UNC School of Medicine, shares his views about the impact of health care reform legislation on UNC Health Care.

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VIDEO: UNC Health Care partners with Habitat for Humanity - Part 2

As part of its Commitment to Communities program, UNC Health Care is sponsoring the construction of a Habitat for Humanity Home. This is the second slideshow of construction of the home.

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VIDEO: Acupuncture - A natural way of healing

When diver Ana Caicedo was 12 years old she suffered a traumatic injury after hitting her head on the diving board. For several years post-traumatic migraines kept her out of school and in the hospital. In 2008, after growing frustrated with her worsening symptoms, she turned to alternative medicine. Now, at age 18, she says she has "arrived at good health because of acupuncture."

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VIDEO: Acupuncture - A natural way of healing

When diver Ana Caicedo was 12 years old she suffered a traumatic injury after hitting her head on the diving board. For several years post-traumatic migraines kept her out of school and in the hospital. In 2008, after growing frustrated with her worsening symptoms, she turned to alternative medicine. Now, at age 18, she says she has "arrived at good health because of acupuncture."

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Acupuncture: A Natural Way of Healing

Acupuncture: A Natural Way of Healing

Ana Caicedo, who suffered a traumatic head injury at age 12, says she has "arrived at good health because of acupuncture" at UNC. In this video, she tells her story.

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Video: A Conversation with Trudy Taylor

The School of Medicine was honored to host an interview with Trudy Taylor, former first lady of the School of Medicine, on February 9.

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Video: A Conversation with Trudy Taylor

The School of Medicine was honored to host an interview with Trudy Taylor, former first lady of the School of Medicine, on February 9.

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Video: Obese 3-year-olds show early warning signs for future heart disease

A study by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers found that obese children as young as 3 years old have elevated levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation that in adults is considered an early warning sign for possible future heart disease.

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Video: Obese 3-year-olds show early warning signs for future heart disease

A study by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers found that obese children as young as 3 years old have elevated levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation that in adults is considered an early warning sign for possible future heart disease.

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UNC study: Obese 3-year-olds show early warning signs for possible future heart disease

UNC study: Obese 3-year-olds show early warning signs for possible future heart disease

A study by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers found that obese children as young as 3 years old have elevated levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation that in adults is considered an early warning sign for possible future heart disease.

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VIDEO: 2010 UNC School of Medicine Community Service Day

VIDEO: 2010 UNC School of Medicine Community Service Day

On Friday, Feb. 19, the UNC School of Medicine hosted its Community Service Day in UNC Hospitals' lobby concourse.

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VIDEO: 2010 UNC School of Medicine Community Service Day

On Friday, Feb. 19, the UNC School of Medicine hosted its Community Service Day in UNC Hospitals' lobby concourse.

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VIDEO: Training birth attendants in developing countries increases babies’ survival

The study was conducted in six countries. Researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine took part in the study in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in partnership with the Kinshasa School of Public Health.

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VIDEO: Training birth attendants in developing countries increases babies’ survival

The study was conducted in six countries. Researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine took part in the study in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in partnership with the Kinshasa School of Public Health.

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Training birth attendants in developing countries increases babies’ survival

The study was conducted in six countries. Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine took part in the study in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in partnership with the Kinshasa School of Public Health.

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Family House Diaries: Living life to the fullest despite complications from diabetes

For 54 of his 58 years, Jack Newmann of Cary, N.C. has lived with Type I diabetes and its consequences, but he hasn’t stopped living.

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VIDEO: Martin Luther King, Jr., Remembrance Ceremony

For those of you who could not attend the Jan. 15 Remembrance Ceremony for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the event is now available online via UNC Health Care's YouTube page.

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