Topic: health and medicine

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Business and Community | September 18, 2020
For nearly 20 years, UNLV Dental Medicine professor Christina Demopoulos has helped Southern Nevada children improve their dental health.
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People | September 9, 2020
Justin Bauzon and co-authors explore potential effectiveness of repurposing drugs to combat the degenerative disease.
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People | September 2, 2020
Focusing on the mental health of children helps UNLV psychiatrist Lisa Durette as she faces her own medical challenges.
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Campus News | August 26, 2020
Med School Students Take Special “Health Meets Food” Class
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People | August 19, 2020
Two new profs look forward to helping students achieve their medical dreams.
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People | August 12, 2020
Lessons learned from her brother, Michael, prompted Dr. Kate Martin to develop an Honors College course that will urge students to consider the needs of those with differences.
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Research | August 11, 2020
As summer comes to a close and classrooms open, UNLV biochemist Ernesto Abel-Santos offers cleaning best practices.
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Campus News | August 4, 2020
Endocrinologist discusses link between diabetes and COVID-19.
Campus News | July 28, 2020
Colleagues from the UNLV School of Medicine have penned a paper on Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children.
man holding doctor coat over his arm.
People | July 22, 2020
Students begin their medical school studies despite COVID-19.
Gastroparesis illustration. Text: Loss of muscles to move food through the digestive. Damages vagus nerves. Food stays in the stomach too long (bezoars). Closed sphincter. Delayed gastric emptying.
People | July 15, 2020
A two-hour procedure performed by Dr. Annabel Barber of the UNLV School of Medicine dramatically improved patient Joan Anderson’s life.
People | July 8, 2020
Toyokazu “Chris” Endo plans to feed his appetite for service by becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon.