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MSN

New study says rheumatoid arthritis might actually be caused by gut bacteria

news outletMSN
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

In a syndicated article, lead author Meagan E. Chriswell, MD, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, wrote that her team was specifically interested in the bacteria in the microbiome, or a community of microorganisms in the intestines, might be involved. Why? Because these microbes typically live in the same areas as the antibodies that trigger rheumatoid arthritis.

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The Conversation

Over-the-counter hearing aids offer a wide range of options – here are things to consider before buying

news outletThe Conversation
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

Article by Cory Portnuff Assistant Clinical Professor of Audiology, Clinical Audiologist, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Vinaya Manchaiah Professor of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery , University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

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9News

Parents share experience of kids having RSV

news outlet9News
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

Over at Children's Hospital Colorado's Anschutz Campus, they have redeployed a patient care tent outside of the emergency department that is being used to treat low acuity patients.

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9News

CU Anschutz teams up with 365 Health to hold a health and research fair

news outlet9News
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

Community members can access free or low cost health screenings, blood work, COVID-19 and flu vaccines.

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Medscape

Should We Discontinue Medications in Older Patients With Multiple Sclerosis?

news outletMedscape
Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

We're fortunate today to have Dr. John Corboy as our guest. He started the first one of these trials, and it has just recently been completed. He'll talk to us about that. Dr. Corboy is a professor of neurology, executive vice chair of neurology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and medical director of the Rocky Mountain MS Center. Welcome, Dr. Corboy.

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Aurora Sentinel

Aurora hospital opens outpatient mental health center amid growing need for adolescent services

news outletAurora Sentinel
Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

In response to the scale of the need, Cherry Creek has partnered with Children’s Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado School of Medicine to open its own day treatment facility for district students with serious mental health issues. The facility will be able to treat about 60 kids at a time and is slated to open in the fall of next year.

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Aurora Sentinel

EDITORIAL: Fractious city lawmakers endanger Aurora’s successes

news outletAurora Sentinel
Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

It’s the reason the University of Colorado School of Medicine, University Hospital, Children’s Hospital, VA Medical Center and some of the most critical research projects in the world are on the Aurora Anschutz Campus.

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The Denver Post

Why is Colorado’s COVID-19 situation so much less clear than last year

news outletThe Denver Post
Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

Now, though, it’s not clear how much warning Colorado would have if another wave were building, Beth Carlton, an associate professor of environmental and occupational health at the Colorado School of Public Health, said last week, when hospitalizations were still plateaued. Those who study the data need to figure out how to develop a clear picture so people know when they need to take more precautions and when they can relax a bit, she said. “We need to really be thinking strategically about what are the key data,” she said. “I think that this is the question that is most important to be asking right now.”

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