UConn Health in the News – May 2014

Recent Resurgence of Measles

WTIC NewsTalk 1080, 96.5 TIC-FM, “Face Connecticut,” May 11, 2014

Dr. Trini Mathew, hospital epidemiologist, discusses the recent resurgence of measles and the importance of staying current on vaccines.

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Four Bristol Students Graduate from UConn Medical

Bristol Press, May 12, 2014

Four graduating UConn medical students, all from Bristol, are profiled.

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Webcams in NICU

NBC CT, May 9, 2014

Feature on a plan by the local Rotary clubs to raise money to put web cams in the UConn Health NICU.

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Causes of Dental Pain

WFSB-TV, May 8, 2014

There may be several reasons why you experience dental pain but it has nothing to do with your teeth!  Dr. Felipe Porto with UConn Health describes what may be the real source of your problem and help you avoid having an unnecessary procedure or even losing a tooth.

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Melanoma Awareness Month

WTIC NewsTalk 1080, May 7, 2014

Dr. Jane Grant-Kels, UConn Health chief of dermatology, joins “Mornings With Ray Dunaway” to discuss Melanoma Awareness Month.

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Allergy Sufferers Flock to Local Honey, But Does It Work?

WHYY-FM (Philadelphia), May 1, 2014

“The truth is, if you look into the scientific literature, there is not a lot of published credible information that it actually works for anything,” says Dr. TV Rajan, professor of pathology at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.

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Guitar Playing Former Patient

WFSB, Eyewitness News, April 25, 2014

A former UConn Health patient returns to his old hospital floor to share his gift of music with patients.

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