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PrEP treatment prevented HIV transmission in humanized mice

Systemic pre-exposure administration of antiretroviral drugs provides protection against intravenous and rectal transmission of HIV in mice with human immune systems, according to a new study published January 21, 2010 in the online journal PLoS ONE.

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PrEP treatment prevented HIV transmission in humanized mice

Systemic pre-exposure administration of antiretroviral drugs provides protection against intravenous and rectal transmission of HIV in mice with human immune systems, according to a new study published January 21, 2010 in the online journal PLoS ONE.

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VIDEO: A Push for Flu Shots

Dr. David Weber, UNC Hospitals' Medical Director of Epidemiology, gives the latest CDC and UNC Hospitals' numbers of flu and H1N1 deaths. Drs. Weber and Jeffrey Engel, N.C. State Health Director, urge those that haven't been vaccinated for flu or H1N1 to get vaccinated.

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VIDEO: A Push for Flu Shots

Dr. David Weber, UNC Hospitals' Medical Director of Epidemiology, gives the latest CDC and UNC Hospitals' numbers of flu and H1N1 deaths. Drs. Weber and Jeffrey Engel, N.C. State Health Director, urge those that haven't been vaccinated for flu or H1N1 to get vaccinated.

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VIDEO: 5 Things Every Woman Should Know About Heart Health

Nearly 500,000 women in the U.S. die from heart disease each year. It is the number one killer of all women. However, women who have heart attacks tend not to seek help from doctors as quickly as men do. Women often wait an hour longer than men to seek help, and that hour can sometimes be too late.

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VIDEO: 5 Things Every Woman Should Know About Heart Health

Nearly 500,000 women in the U.S. die from heart disease each year. It is the number one killer of all women. However, women who have heart attacks tend not to seek help from doctors as quickly as men do. Women often wait an hour longer than men to seek help, and that hour can sometimes be too late.

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VIDEO: Artist donates work to UNC Heart Center

Artist Murry Handler, a patient of Dr. Paula Miller of the UNC Heart Center, donated a piece of artwork titled "Spring Fall" to the Heart Center to show his appreciation for the care he's received over the years.

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VIDEO: Artist donates work to UNC Heart Center

Artist Murry Handler, a patient of Dr. Paula Miller of the UNC Heart Center, donated a piece of artwork titled "Spring Fall" to the Heart Center to show his appreciation for the care he's received over the years.

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VIDEO: A1C test now recommended for diabetes screening/diagnosis

New official guidelines for diabetes screening and diagnosis now include a blood test that gives a person’s average blood glucose level over the previous 2-3 months.

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VIDEO: A1C test now recommended for diabetes screening/diagnosis

New official guidelines for diabetes screening and diagnosis now include a blood test that gives a person’s average blood glucose level over the previous 2-3 months.

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UNC Featured on NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Web site

Each month, the NIH CTSA Web site, highlights the activities of a CTSA at a local level. UNC is the featured institution for the month of January, 2010.

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UNC Featured on NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Web site

Each month, the NIH CTSA Web site, highlights the activities of a CTSA at a local level. UNC is the featured institution for the month of January, 2010.

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Rose Parade gives UNC kidney transplant patient chance to honor her donor, her son

For more than 20 years Delores Evans of Durham, N.C. battled diabetes, high blood pressure and, finally, kidney failure. By 2008 she needed a new kidney to stay alive, but she never could have imagined the circumstances that brought it about.

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Rose Parade gives UNC kidney transplant patient chance to honor her donor, her son

For more than 20 years Delores Evans of Durham, N.C. battled diabetes, high blood pressure and, finally, kidney failure. By 2008 she needed a new kidney to stay alive, but she never could have imagined the circumstances that brought it about.

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VIDEO: Grinch likely depressed, suffers from lack of love, joy, UNC expert says

Being irritable, grumpy and seeking social isolation are also hallmarks of depression, and could explain the Grinch’s disdain for the Who – the tall and the small – his mistreatment of his dog Max and, ultimately, why he tried to stop Christmas from coming.

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VIDEO: Fall 2009 update from Dr. Roper - Health Care Reform

In late 2009, Bill Roper, MD, MPH, Dean of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and CEO of UNC Health Care, addressed the issue of health care reform and its potential impact to the UNC Health Care System.

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VIDEO: Grinch likely depressed, suffers from lack of love, joy, UNC expert says

Being irritable, grumpy and seeking social isolation are also hallmarks of depression, and could explain the Grinch’s disdain for the Who – the tall and the small – his mistreatment of his dog Max and, ultimately, why he tried to stop Christmas from coming.

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VIDEO: Fall 2009 update from Dr. Roper - Health Care Reform

In late 2009, Bill Roper, MD, MPH, Dean of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and CEO of UNC Health Care, addressed the issue of health care reform and its potential impact to the UNC Health Care System.

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VIDEO: Santa Ready to Ride

A team of UNC medical experts say that Santa is tanned, rested and ready for the big ride he has coming up.

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VIDEO: Beat the holiday bulge

Navigating your way through countless holiday parties can wreak havoc on the person watching his/her waistline. UNC's Dr. Cynthia Bulik offers some key ways to beat the holiday bulge.

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