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A nursing professor studying the effects of a virtual exercise and education pilot program she developed for rural heart failure patients finds that Zoom helps build community.
An early fascination with American jazz music, and the discovery of a Jewish equivalent in Europe, sparked a career in the growing field of Jewish studies.
A UVA pilot study found that administering blood platelets faster posed no complications, which means kids with cancer can spend less time hooked to IV poles.
UVA Engineering faculty members are leading a $3.2 million, multi-university study that could one day lead to better treatments for cystic fibrosis.
The discovery could lead to new treatments to prevent deadly cytokine storms, and may explain why people with diabetes have worse outcomes.
A “smart containment strategy” for COVID-19 that focuses on testing, tracing and quarantining the infected could save the U.S.
Fire ants common along the Gulf Coast and in Texas are likely limiting the spread of a meat allergy carried by lone star ticks – but the invasive ants have a nasty bite of their own.
The technique, developed at UVA, replaces scalpels with sound waves to battle glioblastoma.