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Students Shine at Hispanic Dental Association Meeting

Students won awards, scholarships, and participated in a social media challenge

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UConn Health’s Art Curator a Voice for Art in the Community

Andre Rochester builds on foundation of supporting local artists of color to advocate for art for all

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Podcast: Listen to Your Limbs

UConn Health’s Dr. Justin D’Addario discusses measures that can be taken to improve poor circulation and ultimately avoid the need for amputation

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UConn Health Anticipates Generating Record $1 Billion in Patient Revenue in Coming Year

UConn Health’s success in generating new revenue was one of several areas in the University’s new fiscal year 2025 budgets that underscore its work to carefully steward its resources

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Back to Bedside Grant Awarded to UConn Health Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellow

Dr. Kristen Lee Moriarty awarded Back to Bedside Grant from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

UConn Health Minute: Imaging Innovation

An innovative imaging system now offered at UConn Health is leading to improved diagnosis and treatment for patients with complex musculoskeletal problems. Dr. Hardeep Singh, comprehensive spine surgeon at UConn Health, describes how the system is used.

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Improving Workplace Conditions: ‘For Staff, by Staff’

UConn Health experts and correction officers advance HITEC well-being program

Pinnacle of Performance: Strengthen Your Golf Game

Episode 1 of Pinnacle of Performance focuses on one of the most common – lower back injuries – and the steps you can take to stay healthy as well as improve your game.

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Gut Bacteria Might Discourage Binge Drinking

A team led by University of Connecticut School of Medicine researchers reports that valeric acid, a substance made by gut bacteria, reduces binge drinking in mice.

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Letting Go of Lead Aprons

UConn faculty behind major new dental recommendation