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MLK Service

January 18, 2023

MUSC students spent MLK Day cooking meals at Ronald McDonald House-Charleston.

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Calm Boxes

December 07, 2022

Dr. Joy Lauerer is helping homeless kids better deal with emotions by using something she calls “calm boxes,” which contain a range of multi sensory toys.

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Columnoscopy

November 01, 2022

Writer Bryce Donovan goes under anesthesia to give a first-hand account of what it's like getting a colonoscopy

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Designer. Maker. Dreamer.

October 18, 2022

Joshua Kim has a gift for finding areas of health care that could use improving and then just making it happen.

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Blessing of the Dogs

October 07, 2022

For the past seven years, MUSC has held its annual Blessing of the Therapy Dogs. The event is a chance to say thanks to its volunteers, both human and canine.

A Tweet from the New York Times shows Tua Tagovailoa lying on football field surrounded by other men checking on him.

Concussion Care

October 05, 2022

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s concussion shines light on common condition among athletes – amateur and pro. What a sports medicine doctor wants you to know.

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Speaking Up

October 03, 2022

October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and MUSC Health has partnered with My Sister’s House to help raise awareness.

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Omicron booster

September 01, 2022

With the FDA's blessing already, a new Omicron booster is simply awaiting the rubber stamp of the CDC, before being rolled out as early as next week.

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Living the Dream

August 12, 2022

Some dreams can be magical. Others confusing. But most have some element of mystery. Dr. Thomas Uhde has always been fascinated by the science behind them.

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Monkeypox Update

July 18, 2022

“Cases are certainly going up now, as we speak,” says infectious diseases expert of monkeypox. How it spreads – and what to watch for.

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