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Casey Honowitz

Bold Move

When a doctor who's not afraid to push boundaries met the desperate parents of a tiny boy, they made medical history and changed the family's future. Wait until you see where that boy is today.



Study finds fetal size linked to race, ethnicity
Researchers say some babies are being unnecessarily subjected to extra tests, hospitalization and early delivery. The reason: They're being misclassified as undersized.


Palliative Care Program to begin treating outpatients
Patients don't have to be in the hospital to get help from MUSC's palliative care team. It begins seeing outpatients later this month. 



Reaching a new low may be a good thing
Now that a study suggests your blood pressure shoud be lower than previously thought, what should you do about it? An MUSC doctor involved with that research has some ideas.


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 This would be a complete paradigm shift in clinical recommendations.

MUSC's Dr. Carol Wagner, discussing a study she co-authored on breastfeeding and vitamin D.


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