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Baby drinking from a bottle.

Formula Shortage

May 16, 2022

During baby formula shortage, conflicting information can be confusing. A dietitian and a pediatrician lay out the facts.

Three nurses dressed in classic white scrubs and blue capes stand in a lobby, performing a ceremony in honor of Florence Nightingale

Nurse Appreciation

May 16, 2022

It takes a special breed to become a nurse. But to be one for more than 25 years? That take a monumental level of devotion and compassion.

Dr. Paula Traktman (left) and graduate student Conor Templeton in the laboratory.

A Virus’s Achilles’ Heel?

May 16, 2022

The vaccinia virus uses the same tool to copy and repair DNA and blocking that tool dramatically reduces the virus’s ability to multiply, MUSC study finds.

Partial Team for portable MRI-equipped ambulance Blue Sky Award winning project

Setting Care in Motion

May 16, 2022

Ambulances equipped with cutting-edge scanners could lessen the time it takes to get stroke patients the treatment they need.

Doctor David Zaas rides an e-bike as Susan Johnson smiles nearby

Bike Share

May 13, 2022

MUSC has teamed up with a bike-share company to e-bike rentals to get people from point A to point B without the headache of worrying about parking.

a group of people in surgical garments gather around a computer screen while behind them a patient lays on the table with an x-ray machine shaped like an "o" encircling the table

Robotic Aid

May 12, 2022

Doctors in the MUSC Health Spine Center are working on new ways to perform existing surgeries, utilizing developing technologies.

COVID particle under what looks like blue liquid. iStock

Silent Epidemic?

May 12, 2022

Tri-county area sees 121% increase week to week in COVID cases. “I’m concerned we could be in a silent epidemic,” MUSC scientist says.

Jihad Obeid speaks as two other colleagues listen during a discussion on AI in health care

AI in Health Care

May 11, 2022

Every year artificial intelligence becomes more intertwined with health care. Some of the areas top AI minds got together to discuss how to take it further.

Chef nursing officer Patti Hart stands with Nurse of the Year Noah Rosenthal in St. Luke's Chapel.

Nurse of the Year

May 10, 2022

MUSC’s Nurse of the Year is a former firefighter who wants people to know that “nurses are resilient, very selfless people as a group.”

Dr Aundrea Loftley

2022 Commencement Speaker

May 10, 2022

Medicine alumna, health disparities and diabetes advocate Dr. Aundrea Loftley to speak at May 21 MUSC Commencement.

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