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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 November 4, 2022.

In a year it was supposed to flare, polio-like syndrome in kids doesn’t, adding to mystery – Dr. Matthew Vogt (STAT News)

Adherence to subcutaneous allergen immunotherapy is suboptimal – Dr. Edwin Kim (WooDZog)

In NC hospitals, COVID trending down, flu trending up – Dr. David Weber (WRAL)

Your ‘Healthy’ Diet May Not Be as Healthy as You Think, Study Finds – Susan Strom (Everyday Health)

Adherence to Subcutaneous Allergen Immunotherapy Is Suboptimal – Dr. Edwin Kim (Medscape Medical News)

Telehealth brings big advantages for older adults, but new ‘guard rails’ could significantly bolster care – Dr. Kevin Biese (EurekAlert!)

Inside UNC’s pediatric ICU, where the tiniest patients struggle to breathe – Dr. Benny Joyner (WRAL)

UNC awarded $3 million grant for pathogen preparedness and training – Dr. David Wohl, Dr. Billy Fischer (Daily Tar Heel)