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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, starting Thursday January 28, 2021.

The Coronavirus Vaccine Presents a Dilemma for Pregnant Women – Dr. Anne Lyerly (The New Yorker)

Fewer Americans Are Getting COVID-19 Tests – Dr. Melissa Miller (The Atlantic)

Deadliest week for coronavirus in NC rolls on – Dr. Shannon Carson (WRAL)

EmitBio Announces Positive Clinical Results Supporting A Novel Therapeutic For COVID-19 – Dr. Michael Knowles (Canadian Insider)

Demand for drugs to keep COVID-19 patients out of hospitals increases in the Triangle – Dr. David Wohl

Pregnant Women Get Conflicting Advice on Covid-19 Vaccines – Dr. Anne Lyerly (New York Times)

What Is Jaundice? Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention – Dr. David Hill (Everyday Health)

‘Like a fire extinguisher’: Monoclonal antibody treatments help keep COVID-19 hospitalizations down – Dr. David Wohl (ABC 11)

Masks, social distancing during COVID-19 vaccine rollout could lead to drastic drop in cases, study finds – Dr. Mehul Patel (CBS 17)

UNC researchers unravel mystery of a key to fighting autoimmune disease – Drs. Jenny Ting and Yisong Wan (WRAL TechWire)

How to Completely Make Over Your Life in Just 28 Days – Dr. Anita Skariah (Good Housekeeping)

Perspectives on health disparities through an epidemiology lens – Dr. Leigh Callahan (Movement in Life)

‘It is working’: Healthcare workers urge vaccination despite potential side effects – Dr. Christopher Kelly (ABC 11)

6 tips for battling ‘maskne’ – Dr. Heather Holahan (WRAL Go Ask Mom Blog)

‘Tale of two cities.’ Racial disparity found in who gets vaccines in Charlotte – Dr. Rebecca Walker (Charlotte Observer)