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Expert insights from UArizona Health Sciences

Laura Morehouse, MPH, CHES
From accidental medicine overdoses to scorpion stings, see how a poison center answers the call (literally) to provide immediate life-saving information and medical expertise.
Ike Chinyere, PhD
As Ike Chinyere, PhD, a University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson third-year medical student, breaks it down, biomedical research, clinical care and entrepreneurship fit together naturally.
Dynnika Tso
Dynnika Tso (Diné) is a public health undergraduate student at the University of Arizona Health Sciences who is passionate about improving ethical standards in research.
Caroline Berger
Caroline Berger is a wife, mother, grandmother, University of Arizona Health Sciences employee – and a breast cancer survivor of 16 years. She shares her journey and why it’s so important to trust yourself and find advocates.
Shaowen Bao, PhD
People who suffer from tinnitus (pronounced TI-nuh-tuhs) describe it as an incessant ringing in the ears that makes it hard to concentrate or hear. The level varies from loud to mild, and it can be particularly bothersome at night when the world quiets down and the ringing can seem louder.
Sheila M. Gephart, PhD, RN, FAAN
Breast milk acts as medicine, and providing breastfeeding support keeps mothers and babies healthy.
Dan Schlager, MD, FACEP
Monsoon in Arizona comprises the wettest and most lightning-prone months of the year. Learn how to avoid being struck and what to do if you are.
Stephen Klotz, MD
Late spring and summer in Arizona bring blood-hungry kissing bugs and their bites, but doctors say there is no reason for alarm.
Lisa Quale
Mobile applications can’t replace doctors, but they can be useful tools if you want to take a proactive approach to skin care.

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