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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 October 14, 2022.

Researchers speed efforts for vaccine against virus linked with mono, MS – Dr. Blossom Damania (CNN Health)

Surge in cases of RSV, a virus that can severely sicken infants, is filling hospital beds – Dr. Benny Joyner (NBC News)

Postpartum Comprehension: Improving Treatment Options – Dr. Samatha Meltzer-Brody (Medicine Maker)

Rooted: David Peden – Dr. David Peden (UNC Research)

New palliative care screening tool for surgical ICU patients may facilitate decision-making processes – Trista Reid (Medical Xpress)

New COVID-19 booster: Why a UNC disease professor says it’s a game changer – Dr. David Wohl (Spectrum News)

Lab Testing Non-Psychedelic LSD-Based Drug To Treat Depression – Dr. Bryan Roth (uInterview)

New Mental Health Data Show ‘Unsustainable’ Burden on NC Hospitals – Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody (The Good Men Project)

What is premenstrual dysphoric disorder? What are the signs you have it and not PMS? – Dr. Crystal Edler Schiller (CNA Lifestyle)

Why? The most difficult question about Raleigh’s mass shooting may never have an answer – Dr. James Bedford (WRAL)

All of Triangle dealing with trauma, the grief and anxiety of mass shooting’s aftermath – Dr. James Bedford (WRAL)

S.M. Qasim Hussaini, MD, on Colon Cancer Treatment Outcomes and Historical Housing Discrimination – S. M. Qasim Hussaini (The ASCO Post)

Screen Higher-risk Patients for Syphilis, Task Force Advises – Dr. Katrina Donahue (AAFP)

Helping children cope with scary news – Dr. Edward Pickens (WRAL)

North Carolinians are slow to get COVID boosters – Dr. David Wohl (Axios)

I Lied To My Pediatrician About Where My Baby Slept At Night — And I’m Not The Only One – Dr. Jill Wright (Huff Post)

Experts Share If Kids Can Actually Get A Sugar High From Too Much Candy – Dr. Jill Wright (Huff Post)

Managing CKD in the Face of a Growing Diabetes Epidemic, with Amy Mottl, MD – Dr. Amy Mottl (Endocrinology Network)

IM Residents Rate Cardiology Low on Work-Life Balance – Rose-Jones (WooDZog)

Fezolinetant improves vasomotor symptom severity, associated sleep disturbances – Dr. Genevieve Neal-Perry (Healio)

CDC: Black, Hispanic adults among those more likely to be hospitalized with flu – Dr. David Wohl (CBS17)