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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 Friday March 26, 2021.

A rare clotting disorder may cloud the world’s hopes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine – Dr. Nigel Key (Science)

UNC psychiatrist provides tips on how to to reenter a post-COVID world – Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody (ABC 11)

COVID or allergies? Doctors warn of COVID-19, allergy symptom overlap as pollen count rises – Dr. Onyi Iweala (ABC 11)

Program seeks to increase number of Black doulas in NC – Dr. Venus Standard (NC Health News)

One dose or Two? CDC vaccine study raises question about prioritizing single shots for more people – Dr. David Wohl (WNCT)

Vaccination card do’s and don’ts – Elizabeth Ramsey (WRAL)

Give yourself a timeout, remember your kids struggle too: Tips on how to apologize to children – Dr. Alexa Mieses Malchuk (Economic Times)

COVID-19 or allergies? UNC doctor says to be mindful of symptoms this year – Dr. Sofija Volertas (CBS 17)

More than 40 percent of Americans feeling anxious, depressed during pandemic – Dr. Crystal Schiller (WNCT)

What are your chances of catching COVID-19 after getting vaccinated? A new study measures that risk – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

Bacteria from cat-scratch fever potentially linked to schizophrenia – Dr. Flavio Frohlich (ABC Chicago)

What Is Molnupiravir? Antiviral Pill Could Alter The Fight Against COVID – Dr. William Fischer (International Business Times)

New gene therapy plant being built in Sanford will employ 200 people; hiring is underway – Dr. Jude Samulski (WRAL Techwire)