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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 May 20, 2021.

For us COVID long-haulers, disease hardships could last years – Dr. Karla Thompson (Salon)

In one swing state, 2016 election was linked with increased risk of irregular heartbeat, study says – Dr. Lindsey Rosman (CNN)

COVID-19 cases down, thanks to vaccines, but doctors warn we are not in the clear yet – Dr. David Weber (WRAL)

For Early-Stage Cervical Cancer, Minimally Invasive Surgery Declining – Dr. Emma Rossi (National Cancer Institute)

As eating disorders rise among adolescents, here’s how parents can spot them and what to do – Dr. Camden Matherne (WRAL Go Ask Mom)

Health Habits Women Should Never Do After Age 40 – Dr. Anita Skariah (Yahoo)

NC providers increase equitable vaccine distribution with NCDHHS census tract COVID-19 map – Dr. Amy Shaheen (NC Health News)

Evolving Strategies in Sequencing for HER2+ MBC Therapy – Dr. Lisa Carey (Medscape)

New study says stress of 2016 election caused heart problems in key swing state – Dr. Lindsey Rosman (The Hill)

Cancer drug could protect against future SARS-CoV-2 illness, study finds – Dr. Pengda Liu (CBS 17 Digital)

Common cold, flu to make a comeback as people stop wearing masks, experts say – Dr. Sachin Gupta (WRAL)

I Gave Birth. The Most Dangerous Part Came After. – Dr. Alison Stuebe (The Wall Street Journal)

Will $25 convince you to get a COVID vaccine? New NCDHHS program aims to increase vaccination rates – Dr. Austin Hall (ABC 11)