CDC Investigates Popular Eye Drop Brand, Urges Against Using

  The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging health care providers and…

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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

  The bad news: Each year more than 350 North Carolina women are diagnosed with cervical…

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CDC: Child Vaccination Rates Steadily Declining

  According to new data from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, instead…

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Leadership College Alum Talks Medicine/Public Health Partnership to Fight Diabetes

Read an article penned by NCMS member Dr. Bonnie Coyle, highlighting the importance of…

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Could An Artificial Pancreas Help Improve Blood Sugar Levels?

    New research suggests that fully closed-loop insulin therapy may help people with…

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COVID, Flu, RSV … Could Measles Be Next for NC?

  A measles outbreak in Ohio that begin in November has spanned to four counties and sickened…

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CDC: Updated Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Pain

Pain affects the lives of millions of Americans every day and improving pain care and the lives of…

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NC Makes CDC’s 16 Places in US Where Flu Is Rampant List

  The CDC lists 16 states or major metropolitan areas as having the highest possible label…

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November is National Diabetes Month, NC Has Some Troubling Statistics

  National Diabetes Month is recognized annually each November. Its purpose is to boost…

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West Nile Virus Could Set a Record Number of Infections in North Carolina

  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says West Nile is the leading…

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