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Dr. Jeffrey Wozniak's research is working to uncover how prenatal alcohol exposure affects developing brains. 

Dr. Brian Engdahl, Department of Neuroscience, joined MPR's Kerri Miller to discuss what we currently know about PTSD and his research.

A new study led by Dr. Carolyn Torkelson, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, finds that menopause symptoms have the biggest impact on quality of life for women in their early to mid-50s.

A 7-year-old boy who lost most of his skin to a rare skin disease is getting new skin thanks to Dean Jakub Tolar.

Dr. Uzma Samadani has been studying the symptoms of concussions for years in order to better detect them in the future.

Dr. Rajit John, Department of Surgery, talks about a new generation of devices.

The Star Tribune writes about our new dean, Dr. Jakub Tolar, and the fresh energy he's already bringing to the position.

Medical student, Augie Lindmark discusses the current and future state of America's health care system in editorial for STAT News.

Help wanted in health care: the Midwest stuggles to maintain health care professionals in rural communities.

Dr. Charles Crutchfield writes about recent research into circadian rhythm and its possible implications for future medical treatments.


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