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Through Tic Tac 'Prescriptions,' Students Gain Patient Insight
04/24/14: Just a few months before they start clinical rotations, second year students at the UC College of Medicine got a glimpse into the challenges of medication adherence.

HEALTH LINE: There Are Many Ways To Treat Menstrual Migraine
There are many treatment options that can help to prevent or ease the discomfort of menstrual migraine, which makes life miserable for millions of American women.

Nursing Grad Checks BSN off 'Bucket List'
You donít often hear of a bucket list that includes "get my bachelorís in nursing," but thatís what Debra Buck had on hers.

Allied Health Graduates, in Their Own Words
Before this weekendís Commencement activities, graduating students from the College of Allied Health Sciences share their memories of UC and hopes for the future.

UC Donations Help Hoxworth Meet Winter's Challenge
The harsh winter of 2013Ė2014 had a number of negative effects, including reduced blood donations. But came through in record fashion for Hoxworth Blood Center.

Focus on Students with Allison Mayhew
Allison Mayhew is a third-year medical student. In the summer between her first and second year, she studied with professor of pediatrics Jessica Kahn, MD, MPH.

Patient With Back Problems Says Acupuncture Treatment Was 'Life-Changing'
David Childress, 41, says he has dealt with back pain his entire adult life.

Holland Voted President-Elect of Acoustical Society of America
Christy Holland, PhD, professor in the division of cardiovascular health and diseases, has been voted president-elect of the Acoustical Society of America.

2014 Excellence in Teaching Award: Jason Blackard, PhD
Jason Blackard, PhD, director of the Office of Global Health in the College of Medicine, is the recipient of the 2014 Excellence in Teaching Award.

'Pie A Prof' at the College of Medicine April 28
Hosted by UCís student chapter of the American Medical Association, the third annual "Pie-A-ProfĒ event will take place at noon Monday, April 28, in the CARE/Crawley Atrium.

Teresa Cavanaugh, PharmD, to Lead State Pharmacy Organization
Teresa Cavanaugh, PharmD, assistant professor in pharmacy practice at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, has been voted 2014 president of the Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists (OSHP). Cavanaugh served as president elect for one year before transitioning into the OSHP presidentís position.

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