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Health apps

There's a (good) health app for that

Health apps, including the Tension Tamer (left), can help patients and save money - if they're based on good research. Tech experts at MUSC are cooking up new apps with "secret sauce" that may help everyone from pregnant women to traumatized children to patients who have trouble remembering to take their medicine.

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FINAL TRIP TO BEACH

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Man dreamed of beach trip,MUSC made it happen 
When MUSC nurses heard that a patient on life support dreamed of one last day at the beach with the woman he loved, they decided to make it happen.
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NEW BLOOD THINNERS

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Link between some blood thinners and GI issues
Blood thinners can be essential for people with atrial fibrillation. Does a risk associated with new thinners outweigh their benefit?
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MATCH DAY CELEBRATION

Match Day

Costumed med students find out where they match
Match Day had a 90s movie theme as medical students found out where they're headed for residencies.

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  It's becoming an increasingly outpatient world.  

MUSC President David Cole, M.D.
 

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