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5/23/2016Tackling sports injuries quickly key to recovery, UMMC experts tell coaches
The force of a tackle throws a 16-year-old wide receiver backward, his head, encased in a helmet, striking the ground.The young player, wanting to...
5/23/2016Taking account of population health
Dr. Dennis Weaver, executive vice president and chief medical officer for the Advisory Board Company and Advisory Board Solutions, will present the...
5/23/2016#UMMCGrad16: PT graduate bridges culture, generation gap
When her husband three years ago fell seriously ill and underwent surgery, Shuying Lin went through her own life-changing experience.Lin, who was...
5/23/2016#UMMCGrad16: Nursing graduate moves forward with a purpose
In the shadow of the Mississippi State Penitentiary's rear entrance sits Shelby, Mississippi, a city that boasted of 2,229 souls at the last census...
5/19/2016#UMMCGrad16: Lyles, Clifton to be vocal pharmacy advocates
Giving patients the best of care may happen as much at the Legislature as it does in the variety of pharmacy practice settings, according to Lauren...
5/19/2016#UMMCGrad16: 'Can’t Block This' grad from success
Growing up in Madison, Miss., John Henry Dasinger wanted to be a dentist, just like his sister and brother-in-law.However, during his time as an...
5/19/2016Patients receiving promising melanoma therapy closer to home
It started out, years ago, as a little freckle.But as the spot on Carol Stegall's foot over time grew larger and different in appearance, it worried...

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5/19/2016AirCare 3 increases critical care access for north Mississippi
Abby Williams had never been sick a day in her life.But when the 11-year-old from Mathiston began having seizures last August, she was diagnosed...

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5/16/2016New pediatric neurophysiology lab offers child-centered care
Malaya Gray, a rainbow of EEG wires surrounding her face like a halo, was trying to sleep, a requirement of the monitoring she was undergoing Friday...
5/16/2016COMPAREing stories, conquering fibroids
Women diagnosed with uterine fibroids have questions. How did other women manage their condition? What treatment will work best for me? A new...
5/12/2016Alumna turned assistant professor brings home TEACH Prize
For Dr. Jennifer Bain, assistant professor and interim department chair of periodontics and preventive sciences in the University of Mississippi...
5/12/2016When man’s heart stops, pediatric emergency team is adult-friendly
When 46-year-old David Lindsey's heart stopped beating in the bed of a truck behind a strip of shops and restaurants in Ridgeland, the first medical...

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