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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 May 27, 2022.

Changes in brain’s visual areas in infancy may precede autism diagnosis –  Dr. Jessica Girault (National Institutes of Health)

AFM: Study Finds ‘Implicating’ Evidence For Mysterious Paralyzing Disease In Children – Dr. Matthew Vogt (International Business Times Australia)

Fact Check: Breast Milk ‘Leakage’ Does NOT Contain ‘All The Impurity That’s In The Mother’s Body’ – Dr. Alison Stuebe (Lead Stories)

Abnormal development of brain’s visual system may contribute to autism – Dr. Jessica Girault (The Source)

Visual System Brain Development Implicated in Infants who Develop Autism – Dr. Jessica Girault (Business Wire)

Study Confirms Pathogenesis of EV-D68 Virus Causing Polio-like Paralyzing Illness in Children – Dr. Matthew Vogt (Newswise)

This device may nudge your brain into deep sleep – Dr. Dawn Kernagis (The Washington Post)

Triangle experts say get COVID vaccine boosters when children are eligible – Dr. David Wohl (CBS17)

NC COVID-19 cases up this Memorial Day vs. last year – Dr. David Wohl (Yahoo News)

NC averaging six times more COVID-19 cases this Memorial Day than in 2021 – Dr. David Wohl (WTVD)

NC program recognized; mothers & kids stay together to battle substance abuse – Hendree Jones (FOX8 WGHP)

Monkeypox Outbreak Started in the U.K, Researchers Find – Dr. Blossom Damania (Innovation & Tech Today)

Rex Hospital Open tournament returns to Raleigh – Dr. Wesley Burks (CBS17)

Q&A: Machine learning models identify patients with long COVID – Dr. Emily Pfaff (Healio)

The Academy for Eating Disorders announces the 2022 International Conference on Eating Disorders Awardees – Cynthia Bulik (Newswise)