Newborn skin care – including the timing of a baby’s first bath – could have lasting effects on skin health and even infection rates, but there is little consensus around which methods and products are best.
The approach allows for more frequent imaging and does not need the injections required for traditional heart imaging, reducing cost and risks for the patient.
UVA’s Dr. William Petri explains the reasoning behind the U.S. government’s plan for COVID-19 booster shots, beginning next month.
Police and students can learn from one another if they talk more, according to researcher Brian N. Williams of UVA’s Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
The nutritional deficit could contribute to heart problems and harmful inflammation. This research will help identify patients at risk.
Researchers from the School of Data Science say an over-the-counter acid reflux medication might hamper some of the most deadly effects of the virus.
Counselor education professor Joseph Williams shares his thoughts on the need for a “whole-child approach,” the role of school counselors and how to bring an equity lens to social-emotional learning.
What if we had a vaccine that would work for any COVID-19 variants that might pop up – and even for some coronaviruses that cause the common cold? UVA and Virginia Tech scientists are working on it.