Pulmonary hypertension (PH) used to be referred to as "the kingdom of the near dead," but treatments have vastly improved over the past 20 years. UVA cardiologist Sula Mazimba talks about current treatments. More »
Posts by Jen Mediano
When problems crop up in your personal life, it can impact morale and productivity on the job. Find out what it's like to address these issues as a counselor in an employee assistance program. More »
The latest UVA research, Jan 2017: Obamacare's impact on cancer screening, new treatment for dry eye, reducing pain and opioid use, and more. More »
An interview with Susan Cluett, UVA Children’s Fitness Clinic program director, about the importance of recess and exercise during the school day and what happens when school-aged kids don’t get enough exercise.
Susan Cluett, nurse practitioner at UVA's Children's Fitness Clinic, talks about ways to stop or reverse Type 2 diabetes through their program based on portion control, exercise, and behavioral modification. More »
Mood swings, body changes and sleepless nights are as much a part of the postpartum experience as they are pregnancy. From baby blues to body image issues, Carrie Sopata, MD, talks about the changes your body and mind go through in the months after having a baby. More »
A shocking finding on the immune system, FDA approval of an important minimally invasive treatment for essential tremor, a cancer molecule that might aid in fighting pneumonia, and a federal grant to fight the opioid epidemic: July was an important month for UVA Health System. More »