7 Quick Questions: Meet Dermatologist Kenneth Greer

Kenneth Greer, MD, is a dermatologist at UVA Medical Center. He grew up in Southwest Virginia and became a doctor after developing a friendship with a doctor from his hometown.
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Having a Baby at UVA: Delivery Options

An important first step in preparing for having a baby is choosing someone to help deliver your baby. Learn more about all of the resources at UVA that are available to help you through pregnancy and delivery.
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Treating Male Infertility

A CDC study found that 7.5 percent of sexually experienced men under age 45 have seen a fertility doctor. Of those men, 18 percent received an infertility diagnosis.
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Living with HIV: It’s Not a Death Sentence in 2016

With the proper care and treatment, HIV-positive people can have normal lifespans, healthy lives, romantic relationships, even children.
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The New Age of AIDS: HIV & AIDS in 2016

HIV is still an epidemic in the U.S. Most at risk: young gay black men. But with new prevention meds, home tests, HIV healthcare access, it can be stopped.
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Recipe Review: Banana Ice Cream

There are a lot of recipes out there that begin with frozen bananas. Can a freezer really turn this humdrum fruit into a dessert?
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Protecting Your Vocal Cords & Treating Hoarseness

Professional singers aren't the only ones who suffer from vocal problems. People who use their voices extensively throughout the day often develop hoarseness and other signs of vocal fatigue.
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7 Quick Questions: Meet Orthopedic Surgeon Joseph Park

Joseph Park, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon at UVA Medical Center. He specializes in foot and ankle disorders. Find out what made him choose his specialty.
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Diagnosing Infertility in Women

Infertility occurs when a woman can't get pregnant after a year of trying. About one-third of cases are a result of issues with the woman, such as ovulation problems.
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Research Roundup: Radiation, Cancer & C. diff, June 2016

Exciting new findings from UVA researchers include a possible antidote to radiation exposure, a better understanding of cancerous tumors and life-saving research about C. difficile infection
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Living Well With Stage 4 Cancer: Drema Robertson’s Story

Drema Robertson is likely to lose her life to cancer. For her and others with life-threatening illnesses, considering all areas of well-being — psychological, social and spiritual, in addition to physical — can mean better quality of life.
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Dental Care for Patients With Special Needs & Medical Problems

For most people, going to the dentist is inconvenient and perhaps mildly painful. But for individuals with special needs or complex medical problems, even the most routine dental care can present overwhelming pain and fear.
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Having a Baby at UVA: Delivery Options

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