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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty starting Friday May 12, 2023.

A ‘peanut patch’ desensitized toddlers with peanut allergies in a promising trial – (AOL)

How to treat postpartum depression – Dr. Samantha Meltzer Brody (Trendeepro)

An ‘epidemic of loneliness’ is growing. The vaccine is social connections | Opinion – Dr. Samantha Meltzer Brody (The News & Observer)

The plan to beat inflation from 64 health system executives – Dr. Cristy P. Page (Becker’s Hospital Review)

Daughter donates liver to save mother’s life – Dr. Chirag Desai (WRAL)

Gift of life: Fayetteville daughter donates part of her liver to her mother – Dr. Chirag Desai, Dr. Sorabh Kapoor (The Fayetteville Observer)

Addiction treatment medicine is vastly under-prescribed, especially by race, study finds – Dr Giselle Corbie (News Net Daily)

New Peanut Allergy Patch Shows Promise in Clinical Trials for Toddlers – Dr. Wesley Burks (The Bump)

Could This Finally Be a Cure for Hot Flashes? FDA Approves Groundbreaking New Drug – Dr. Genevieve Neal-Perry (PEOPLE)

Chronic pain is more common than diabetes or depression. Better treatments are emerging. – Gregory Scherrer (NBC News)

Birth control pill may be available over the counter by this summer; Duke, UNC experts speak about issue – Dr. Rachel Urrutia (WNCN)

Multiple Venomous Snakes Found in U.S. Homes—Here’s Where They Were Hiding – Dr. Eugenia Quackenbush (Best Life)

“Preventing Heart Disease in Younger Generations: Expert Recommendations” – Sameer Arora (