State’s youngest heart recipient 'looking better and better' one year later

State’s youngest heart recipient 'looking better and better' one year later

Jharad Faust Jr. of Meadville started life with a critical congenital heart defect that left him struggling to survive. At 3 months old, Faust became the youngest child to receive a heart transplant at Batson Children’s Hospital. A year after the surgery, his cardiologist reports steady improvement in Faust's health.

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Population health expert to talk Mississippi moon shots, diabetes

Fred Goldstein, an expert in population health and health systems, will deliver the second annual Distinguished Population Health Lecture at noon on Friday, April 13, in the SHRP conference room. His talk will cover some of the ways Mississippi can move towards its own “moon shot” - improved health outcomes and diabetes management.

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Population health expert to talk Mississippi moon shots, diabetes

Prolonged digital media posture can lead to muscle fatigue

Prolonged digital media posture can lead to muscle fatigue

In today's world, just about everyone is consuming digital media on a daily basis, whether by smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. Prolonged digital media posture can lead to muscle fatigue, also known as 'Tech Neck.' There are things you can do to counter this pain in the neck.

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UMMC staff receive service recognition

Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of April 9-15.

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UMMC staff receive service recognition

Research Day, invited lectures headline week's activities

Research Day, invited lectures headline week's activities

Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming weeks at the Medical Center.

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