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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty starting Friday December 2, 2022.

Amid the trials of long COVID, glimmers of hope at UNC clinic – Dr. John M. Baratta (NC Health News)

Ask the Pediatrician: How do violent movies and video games affect children? – Dr. David Hill (ArcaMax)

UNC, other researchers: Study of experimental COVID-19 vaccine offers long-term protection – Dr. Kristina De Paris, Dr. Emma C. Milligan (WRAL Tech Wire)

2-dose vaccine offers long-term protection against severe Covid in kids – Dr. Kristina De Paris, Dr. Emma C. Milligan (The Weekly Voice)

Carolina Researchers Awarded $1 Million by CZI to Combat Necrotizing Enterocolitis – Dr. Misty Good (Mirage News)

Princeton-based Otsuka, mental health leader, names Kraus chief medical officer – Dr. John Kraus (ROI-NJ)

Rare tandem repeat expansions associated with schizophrenia – (Front Line Genomics)

Can AI Improve the Consistency of Breast Density Assessment by Radiologists? – Dr. Susan Holley (Diagnostic Imaging)

Higher BMI May Dampen Steroid Response in EoE – Dr. Evan Dellon (HealthMedicinentral)

Doctors: Not enough of NC’s seniors are getting new COVID-19 boosters. With holidays coming, that’s a big problem – Dr. David Weber (CBS17)

Protect your kids from these 8 holiday hazards – Dr. Edward Pickens (WRAL)

Drug overdose deaths during pregnancy and postpartum rose sharply in recent years, study shows – Hendrée Jones (CNN Health)

Dr. Don Nakayama chosen as senior associate dean, medical director of pediatric surgery – Dr. Don Nakayama (WRBL-TV)

Dr. David J. Weber keeps it simple – Dr. David Weber (The Well)

Dr. Don Nakayama Appointed Senior Associate Dean of MUSM’s Columbus Campus – Dr. Don Nakayama (Middle Georgia CEO)

Scientists discover proteins that can repair heart muscle and regenerate organs – Dr. Li Qian (Canada Today)

Dr. Abdou on Race and Clinical Outcomes in Breast Cancer – Dr. Yara Abdou (OncLive)

How to Welcome & Care for Gender Diverse Patients – Dr. Lina Rosengren (The Rheumatologist)