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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.
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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.
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UVA’s Dr. William Petri explains the reasoning behind the U.S. government’s plan for COVID-19 booster shots, beginning next month.
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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.
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The nutritional deficit could contribute to heart problems and harmful inflammation. This research will help identify patients at risk.
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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.
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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.