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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty starting Friday January 13, 2023.

How Self-Compassion Can Improve Teen Mental Health – Dr. Karen Bluth (Psychology Today)

Cultivating Self-Compassion in Teens – Dr. Karen Bluth (Psychology Today)

‘We are not thought of’: The true impact of Western North Carolina’s maternal desert on rural women – Dr. Rachel Urrutia (Carolina Public Press)

What’s the Best Allergy Medicine for Kids? – Dr. Alison Burbank (Verywell Family)

What doctors wish patients knew about cervical cancer prevention – Dr. Chemtai Mungo (American Medical Association)

Publicly funded project seeks to help researchers find COVID-19 ‘new normal’ – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

Getting to the Heart of Chemotherapeutic Cardiotoxicity – Dr. Brian C. Jensen (Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC)

Patient perceptions of medical staff changes based on color of scrubs, UNC study finds – Casey Hribar (WRAL Tech Wire)


On Air Today: Dr. David Wohl On COVID And Public Health – Dr. David Wohl (

Evan Dellon, MD, MPH: Assessing the Future of Dupilumab for EoE – Dr. Evan Dellon (HCPLive)

Scientists take another step toward creating better pain medications – Dr. Bryan L. Roth (

Health Debunked: Green Mucus Means You Have an Infection – Dr. Zach Willis (GoodRx)

UNC program to spotlight affirmative action in admissions, abortion in public discussion series – Mara Buchbinder (

Illicit Drugs That Have Medicinal Benefits – Dr. Bryan Roth (Health Digest)

Sanofi : Positive Dupixent® (dupilumab) Phase 3 results in adults and adolescents with eosinophilic esophagitis published in the New England Journal of Medicine – Form 6-K – Dr. Evan S. Dellon (MarketScreener)

Insights Into the Current and Future Treatment of Myasthenia Gravis – Dr. James F. Howard (NeurologyLive)

Scientists Publish New Findings in Quest to Build a Better Opioid – Dr. Bryan L. Roth (Newswise)