Troubled by migraines? Cut back on your caffeine drinks. http://bit.ly/2tIfv8s #HarvardHealth
Mike McVicker was named Administrative Manager for Clinical Operations here at #UmichPath.
Full story: https://bit.ly/371TWyh
Patients Andrea Passmore and Katie Dorr have become friends, supporting each other through the ups and downs of treatment for #BrainCancer.
We'll be sharing their story soon, but we couldn't resist sharing a few of the photos @leisat took for us. #FridayMotivation #RogelInspires
Diabetic retinopathy: Understanding diabetes-related eye disease and vision loss. http://bit.ly/3ahXlLm #HarvardHealth
Just months after Brittani Clark brought in her newborn daughter, Nia, for her first visit with Dr. Guimera, Nia was diagnosed with #pyloricstenosis. Thanks to Dr. Guimera, Nia could give her doctor a high-five at her recent checkup. Read more here. ➨ https://ucla.in/30i7dQS
Exciting news from @UMRogelCancer and @surgeonretina...
New research concerning proteins in stem cells, developing embryos, and how they influence an individual cell’s ultimate fate was just published in @CellReports.
Full release: https://bit.ly/360NuX3
Harvard oncologist Marc Garnick describes a program of active surveillance of certain slow-growing prostate cancers that leave a man's urological function intact. http://bit.ly/2FTCi3W #HarvardHealth
The act of balancing. http://bit.ly/2R2EbQN #HarvardHealth
How are you shaping the future as a leader in nursing? Share your responses with us in honor of the Year of the Nurse and Midwife in the 426 North Ingalls lobby. #SupportNursesAndMidwives
Our next #UCLAMDChat is today (1/16) at 11:30 am PST. UCLA #nephrologist Anjay Rastogi, MD will be discussing high blood pressure and & relevant treatment options. Watch live here. ➨ https://uclahealth.org/uclamdchat
How better blood pressure control may benefit the brain. http://bit.ly/2thsHkL #HarvardHealth
A new book co-authored by #UMichNursing professor Marita Titler received third place in the @AmJNurs 2019 Book of the Year Awards! Contributing authors include #UMichNursing's Christine Anderson & Barbara Medvec.
Coming clean: Your anesthesiologist needs to know about marijuana use before surgery. http://bit.ly/2QWAa1N #HarvardHealth
Harvard oncologist Marc Garnick describes a program of active surveillance of certain slow-growing prostate cancers that leave a man's urological function intact. http://bit.ly/2RjL2Wn #HarvardHealth #podcast
Nurses and midwives play a vital role in providing health services. This week, we are kicking off the year of the Nurse and Midwife with a photo booth and activities in 426 N. Ingalls. Join us again tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. #SupportNursesAndMidwives
One hearing aid or two? http://bit.ly/2QACOKi #HarvardHealth
On Friday, Jan. 10, #UMichNursing held its first White Coat Ceremony, honoring over 100 graduate students. Join us in congratulating the students who made the transition from coursework to advanced clinical practice! Read about the ceremony: http://myumi.ch/1poMY.
UCLA Health and @theWisdomStudy are working to create a personalized approach to #breastcancer screening that takes into account your unique genetics, family history, lifestyle, & environment. Join the movement. ➨ http://wisdomstudy.org #breasthealth #mammogram #JoinWisdom
What does a high blood pressure diagnosis mean for you? Tomorrow (1/16) at 11:30 a.m. PST, Anjay Rastogi, MD will break down the condition & discuss treatment paths including medications & lifestyle changes. Watch live here. ➨ https://uclahealth.org/uclamdchat #UCLAMDChat
Testing for hearing loss. http://bit.ly/2tHQieb #HarvardHealth
Sean Li, MD, PhD has been appointed to the American Board of Pathology's Test Development and Advisory Committee (TDAC) for Clinical Pathology CertLink for 2020.
Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3a6UWTV
Have you heard the news?
Last month, Andi Cani became Dr. Cani after successfully defending his PhD thesis.
Congratulations, Dr. Cani!
Read the full release here: http://bit.ly/3a5GoDM
What to do when your child swears. http://bit.ly/389AaRQ #HarvardHealth
Closing out our three-podcast series on the science of happiness, Dr. Ronald D. Siegel discusses the health benefits of living in the moment. http://bit.ly/2ukvYQj #HarvardHealth #podcast
All are invited to attend the Winter Welcome event hosted by the #UMichNursing LGBTQ+ faculty network! Stop by the 426 NIB 2nd floor atrium from 3-5 on Thursday, Jan. 16.