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UTMC Infectious Disease Expert Explains How You Can Stay Healthy This Winter

November 23, 2022

In the latest episode of Prescribed Listening, Dr. Michael Ellis explains everyday recommendations for families to keep their immune systems healthy through the holiday season.


How Long Can You Live with Metastatic Breast Cancer?

November 22, 2022

Dr. Danae Hamouda, UTMC oncologist and associate professor of medicine in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, explains treatments and lifestyle changes that can improve survival rates of metastatic breast cancer.


Health Science Campus Boil Advisory Lifted

November 17, 2022

Staff have flushed water lines and are in the process of removing signage and uncovering drinking fountains. Individuals can resume using water as normal.


UPDATE: Health Science Campus Remains Under Boil Advisory

November 17, 2022

Individuals should not drink from taps or water fountains on Health Science Campus and should not consume ice from ice makers until further notice.


City Issues Water Boil Advisory for Area Including Health Science Campus

November 16, 2022

Individuals should not drink from taps or water fountains on Health Science Campus and should not consume ice from icemakers until further notice.


Body Mechanics: Professionals Tell You What You Need to Know About Physical Therapy

November 14, 2022

Tyler Schinharl, a physical therapist at UTMC, explains how physical therapy can lead to substantial quality-of-life improvements.


Promising Early Results for Study Involving Breast Cancer Vaccine

November 8, 2022

Dr. Danae Hamouda, a UTMC oncologist and associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, explains promising early stage research of a vaccine that’s aimed at treating a particularly aggressive type of breast cancer.


What Happens to Your Body When You Wear a Heavy Backpack Every Day

November 7, 2022

Dr. Nabil Ebraheim, professor and chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, says children are especially at risk of overstuffed backpacks.


Dementia Risk Linked to How Long Blood Pressure Stays In ‘Target Range’

November 7, 2022

Dr. Rajesh Gupta, an interventional cardiologist and associate professor in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, talks about healthy blood pressure levels.


UTMC Podcast Prescribed Listening Answers Health Questions

November 4, 2022

Chrissy Billau, assistant director of communications and host of Prescribed Listening, and Dr. Srini Hejeebu, an internal medicine specialist at UTMC, talk about the launch of the 5th season of the podcast that explores common health questions and debunks medical myths.


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