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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty starting Friday July 28, 2023.

Are Eating Disorders Inherited? – Dr. Cynthia Bulik (New York Times)

Can a tick new to the Cape (but infamous elsewhere) really make you allergic to red meat? Hint: yes. – Dr. Scott Commins (Boston Globe)

NC jails have arbitrary early release practices for some health conditions, study finds – Dr. David Rosen (NC Health News)

How UNC Health’s Epic chatbot pilot will inform the way AI is used in EHRs – Dr. David McSwain (Becker’s Hospital Review)

Dangerous heat: Doctors warn to stay safe during hottest days of the year so far – Dr. Daniel Park (WRAL)

Telemedicine Provides Healing and Hope for Rural Arthritis Patients – Dr. Alfredo Rivadeneira (Arthritis Foundation)

Mysterious meat allergy passed by ticks may affect hundreds of thousands in US, CDC estimates – Dr. Scott Commins (CNN, AP, Today Show)

How Geisinger, UNC Health Are Deploying Predictive Algorithms – Rachini Moosavi (MedCityNews)

182 women hospital and health system CFOs to know | 2023 – LaTonya Brown (Becker’s Hospital Review)

COVID cases creeping up in NC; how recent heatwave may be to blame – Dr. David Wohl (ABC 11)

Cardiologist discusses Bronny James Cardiac Arrest – Dr. Christopher Kelly (News Nation)

Tick spit has rendered nearly half a million people allergic to red meat and milk: CDC – Dr. Scott Commins (New York Daily News)

Sterilization Surge: Some Doctors Say Abortion Restrictions Are Driving N.C. Women to Choose Permanent Birth Control – Drs. Kavita Arora & Amy Bryant (NC Health News)