Wear Red for Women Today!

  Today is National Women’s Heart Day!   The American Heart Association’s signature…

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UNC Gillings Study Shows Effectiveness of Updated Bivalent Boosters

    In a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, researchers at the…

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HASP Should Be on Your Radar! Here’s why.

  The Healthcare Access and Stabilization Program (HASP) is a reimbursement program for…

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NCMS: FTC Proposed Rule to Ban Noncompete Agreements Needs More Assessment On Impact to Clinicians, Patients

FTC proposing new rule that would ban employers from imposing noncompetes on workers RALEIGH -- The…

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Could Your Patient’s Weight Alter the Effects of Vitamin D Supplements?

  A new study suggests overweight individuals might not reap the health benefits from taking…

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COVID-19 Infection May Induce Fetal Brain Hemorrhages

  Evidence has shown COVID-19 in fetal brain tissue in instances of pregnant people passing…

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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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JAMA Pediatrics: New Tool May Help Identify Cerebral Palsy in Infants Sooner

  According to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics, a new prognostic tool may help identify…

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New Poll Shows Widespread Support for NC Medicaid Expansion

  A new poll shows widespread support for North Carolina expanding Medicaid coverage to more…

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Provider Funding Opportunity: Closing the Medicaid Coverage Gap

  The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is interested in efforts to educate the public about…

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