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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 18, 2022.

6 Things that Science Says Can Shorten Your Life—and What You Can Do About Them – Dr. David Hill (The Healthy)

PW special report: A program for Black doulas and Black mothers at UNC aims to improve maternal health and create a workforce pipeline – Venus Standard (NC Policy Watch)

COVID-19 vax tolerated even in people with mast cell activation syndrome – Dr. Jessica Macdougall (Multidisciplinary)

Stop Relying on Police for Mental Health Patient Transfers – Angela Strain (Psychology Today)

SES AUA 2022: Primary Chemoablation of Low-Grade Intermediate-Risk Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer Using UGN-102, A Mitomycin-Containing Reverse Thermal Gel (OPTIMA II): A Phase 2B, Open-Label, Single-Arm Trial – Dr. Angela B. Smith (UroToday)

Electromedical Products International, Acquires Pulvinar Neuro – Dr. Flavio Frohlich (ITBusinessToday)

7 ways to cope with persistent stress – Dr. Nadia Charguia (WRAL)

Explaining what causes different psychedelic experiences is a trip. This study shows why. – Bryan Roth (News AKMI)

Fact check: With NC cutting back on COVID updates, could fewer numbers actually be more? – Dr. Erica Pettigrew (CBS17)

UNC Program for Black Doulas and Black Mothers Aims to Improve Maternal Health and Create a Workforce Pipeline – Venus Standard (Indy Week)

Treatment Options for Myasthenia Gravis – James Howard Jr. (CheckRare)

Is FDA approval in sight for emerging EoE therapies? – Evan S. Dellon (Healio)

The lingering effects of pandemic sleep for kids – Dr. Zheng Fan (National Geographic)

Warren County families react to a potential COVID-19 Moderna vaccine for children under age 6 – Dr. David Wohl (WTVD)