The Path Forward: Improving Data to Advance Health Equity Solutions

  The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Office of Minority Health (CMS OMH) has…

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Lung Cancer: Help Your Patients Reduce Their Risk

  According to the CDC, People who smoke cigarettes are 15 to 30 times more likely to get or…

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UNC-CH, UNC Hospitals Awarded Pathogen Preparedness and Training Grant

  UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC Hospitals have been selected as a Regional Emerging Special…

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Taking Action: A Community Conversation After Raleigh’s Tragic Mass Shooting

RALEIGH -- There have been 52 mass shootings in the United States since October 13 when a…

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REPORT: Advancing Whole-Person Care with Medicare-Medicaid Integration in North Carolina

  In 2021, the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy team convened an advisory panel of…

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Study: Ultra-processed Foods Linked with Early Death

  Ultra-processed foods (UPFs), ready-to-eat-or-heat industrial formulations made with…

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Blood Cancer Drug Fails Main Goal of Trial

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) recently announced that their blood cancer drug Blenrep failed the main goal…

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“Magic Mushrooms” Could Be Next Step in Treating Depression

  Synthetic mushrooms are gaining traction as a treatment for depression.  A new study…

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It’s Movember! UNC School of Medicine, Others Promoting No-Shave November

Folks, put away those razors. No-Shave November is here. Started in Australia in 2003, Movember —…

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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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