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Taking a few minutes a day to see how you feel is one of several measures we all can take to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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VCU researchers are looking at how the pandemic is affecting the way families eat.
Stable, new compound could help patients in shock — from soldiers in remote locations to those injured in car wrecks.
Throughout the spring and summer, VCU Facilities Management has been assembling, procuring and distributing personal protective equipment kits.
National leader in injury control, emergency medicine to assume duties in October.
Massey is one of four cancer centers in Virginia participating in the trial, which will contribute to a deeper understanding of the impacts of infection.
The increase of 123% occurred during a time when VCU Medical Center was experiencing a lower-than-average number of overall visits.
VCU’s Said Sebti and colleagues are working to further develop the drug, which targets tumors driven by a cancer-causing protein.
Margaret Roberson answers questions about protocols at Student Health Services, what students should do if they start to experience symptoms and how to stay safe as we move into the fall.
The research, published in Hepatology, is the latest showing a strong correlation between the bacteria in people’s guts and colons and their health outcomes.
A team of VCU undergraduates was one of 38 recognized out of 1,400 entries in the COVID-19 Student Action Fund.
The program helps undergrads build a resume and work with VCU researchers in substance use and behavioral health.
A published paper by VCU researchers is one of the most comprehensive to look at parent-child transmission of suicide attempts and suicide deaths.
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