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Higher Mn Levels in Children Correlate With Lower IQ Scores, UC Study Finds
09/20/17: A study led by environmental health researchers at(UC College of Medicine finds that children in East Liverpool, Ohio with higher levels of Manganese (Mn) had lower IQ scores.

General Internal Medicineís First Conference Holds Promise
Managing pain, hypertension and using oral anticoagulants were topics that drew doctors from across the Tristate to GIM's first conference.

PRP Symposium Speaker to Address Workplace Violence Prevention Oct. 5
18th annual Pilot Research Project (PRP) Symposium presented by the UC Education an Research Center will take place Oct. 5 and 6 in Kresge Auditorium

UC Selected as One of 11 Nationwide Hubs for Emergency Care Clinical Trial
The UC Department of Emergency Medicine has been selected as one of 11 hubs across the U.S. to serve within a network designed to improve emergency care clinical trials.

UCMC and West Chester Hospital Win Quality Assurance Awards for Heart Care
UCMC and West Chester Hospital win quality assurance awards from Mission: Lifeline for implementing specific AHA quality improvement measures for treating heart patients.

Slice Night Cincinnati Benefiting UC Cancer Institute Sept. 28
Enjoy a slice and support the UC Cancer Institute at Slice Night Cincinnati, being held from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28.

UC Pharmacy College to Showcase $34 Million Building Redesign Sept. 14
At 3 p.m. on Thursday, Sept 14, the University of Cincinnati will hold a public ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate the modernization of Kowalewski Hall.

College of Medicine Faculty Among Accelerator Award Winners
Three College of Medicine faculty are among the recipients of awards by the University of Cincinnati Technology Accelerator for Commercialization (UCTAC).

UC Womenís Center Now Offers Mental Health Help for Moms
The Womenís Center at UC Health West Chester Hospital now offers behavioral health and psychiatry services particularly tailored to address womenís unique needs.

Nursing Associate Dean Honored as one of 10 Women of the Year
Karen Bankston, an associate dean at the UC College of Nursing has been selected as one of 10 exceptional women for 2017ís Women of the Year Awards.

Bestseller, Health Disparities Convince Student on Career in Medicine
Pablo Alarcon once dreamed of becoming an astronaut. But as a teenager, he read Richard Prestonís 1994 book, The Hot Zone, and decided that a career in medicine was an option.

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