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A vaccine targeting heroin and fentanyl is undergoing evaluation at Virginia Commonwealth University. Read more


A doctor in training at VCU has come to medicine from the world of dance. Read more


Chronic migraine sufferers may find relief in a new drug touted as a preventive. Read more


A Richmond nonprofit wants to help its patients improve their health through better nutrition, plus the week's health news. Read more


VCU School of Medicine’s new dean takes a clinical approach to his duties, and other health and medicine news. Read more


How our microbes shape our health Read more


A Richmond artist has developed a series of infertility support cards so you can show you care to friends dealing with the pressures of trying to become pregnant, plus other health and medical news of the week. Read more

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The standardized patient program is a unique day job for several Richmond stage veterans whose acting skills help medical students learn how to interact with patients and to practice their skills on real people. Read more


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A VCU Medical School researcher's innovative approach has resulted in a new vaccine against Lyme disease in canines and work is underway in developing a human vaccine Read more


Treatment progresses for two girls with Blount's disease, The American College of Physicians recommends greater use of generic medications and there's a new chair in neurosurgery at VCU School of Medicine. Read more


Richmond dishes that bring out the baby in you Read more

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The risk of death and heart attack or stroke may be cut significantly by lowering blood pressure readings well below current standards through aggressive use of medications. Read more


VCU research offers promise in diagnosing the disease before tremors begin. Read more

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