Health & Wellness

UConn Researcher Explores Power-Based Exercises for Improving Knee Pain

Through a $1.5 million grant from the Department of Defense, Neal Glaviano will investigate if incorporating power-based exercises into treatment will provide better long-term outcomes for people with patellofemoral pain

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Monkeypox: A Brief Introduction

How is it transmitted, treated, and prevented? What is the risk, how contagious is it, and how sick can it make us? UConn Health’s Dr. David Banach explains

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The Next Generation of Innovators and Problem-Solvers

TIP Innovation Fellows, Health Research students present their findings and make their pitches during Summer Research Day at UConn Health

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Insight on President Biden’s COVID-19 ‘Rebound Positive’

UConn Health’s Dr. David Banach explains how a fully vaccinated and boosted person could test positive, negative, and positive again for COVID-19 within a 10-day span

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High Honors for Kidney Failure, Stroke Care at UConn Health

U.S. News & World Report Names UConn John Dempsey Hospital a ‘High Performing’ Hospital for stroke and kidney failure.

mHealth Represents New Approach for Couples’ Weight Loss Interventions in New InCHIP Study

Interim vice provost for health sciences and InCHIP director Amy Gorin is working on a new grant that will evaluate the efficacy of four components for couples’ weight loss intervention using a mobile app.

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Podcast: What if Your Surgeon Had X-Ray Vision?

Dr. Isaac Moss, who recently performed the first augmented reality spine surgery in central Connecticut, explains this high-tech "see-through" surgery.

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UConn Health Specialty Pharmacy: 2 Years of Success and Still Growing

Patients who require specialty drugs have an ally to help coordinate their care and remove barriers to obtaining their medications quickly, safely, and affordably.

Head of the UConn Rudd Center, Rebecca Puhl speaks at a recent media empathy foundation event

Rudd Center’s Puhl Featured on Panel Addressing Weight Stigma in the Media

The New York City event concentrated on how weight stigma is portrayed in the media and was sponsored by the Media Empathy Foundation

Jane A. Ungemack, Dr.P.H., assistant professor in Public Health Sciences at UConn Health.

Data-Driven Research with UConn’s Dr. Jane Ungemack

Dr. Jane Ungemack has studied substance abuse and at-risk youth since joining the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 1995