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Giving thanks, building the future of women’s health in Malawi
The day before Americans celebrated Thanksgiving, the UNC ex-pat community in Malawi—in fact the entire country of Malawi—had something wonderful to be thankful for.
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Need Health Insurance? GET COVERED!
New federal laws require that most Americans have health insurance. Trained volunteers at UNC Health Care hospitals are available to assist you in enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
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UNC Horizons Program Featured 2014 Annual Report
Child Fatality Task Force Releases Annual Report; Many Recommendations Focus on Healthy Birth Outcomes
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THE TAKEAWAY | Fertility After 35: Cutting through the Junk Science
Dr. Anne Steiner was a guest on the popular talk radio show "The Takeaway" talking about fertility for women over 35 years of age.
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Shame, guilt and the search for common ground
In a recent blog for the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, Dr. Alison Stuebe talks about the tremendous anger and angst that poisons conversations about breastfeeding and prevents us from finding common ground.
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PROMOTION | Goodnight & Stuebe
Drs. Bill Goodnight and Alison Stuebe both received academic promotions.
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July 1, 2014 | Pelvic Health Clinic Relocating to UNC Hillsborough Campus
Effective July 1, 2014, the UNC Pelvic Health outpatient practice, currently located on the UNC Campus in Chapel Hill, will move to the UNC Hillsborough Campus.
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New Fellow Physicians Join UNC OB-GYN
On July 1, our department welcomed 14 new physicians to our fellowship programs.
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UNC Horizons treatment program receives $1 million challenge grant from Oak Foundation
If matched with $1 million to be raised by UNC, the grant will help buy a new building in Carrboro to serve more women in North Carolina each year who battle substance abuse
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A baby's cry could indicate prenatal drug exposure
The cries of babies whose mothers used cocaine during pregnancy have increased amounts of “hyperphonation,” a new study finds.
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