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Psychiatrist moonlights as improv comedian

Dr. A. Lee Lewis knows well the therapeutic benefits of comedy and other creative pursuits. Studies show though that certain "creative types" can be predisposed to depression and even suicide. He discusses how to know when creative pursuits cross the line.




Robin Williams

Williams' suicide creates teachable moment
Mark George, M.D., shared the neuroanatomy of suicide to a packed auditorium Aug. 14 at the Medical University of South Carolina in an effort to destigmatize a condition that is taking a life every 13 minutes in the U.S.



chronic pain

Solving the mystery of chronic pain
Dr. Theresa Gonzales helps patients figure out complex pain conditions. Gonzales, director of the Center for Orofacial Pain Diagnosis and Management at MUSC's College of Dental Medicine, finds patients often struggle too long in trying to find relief.



Study finds link in stroke, cognitive impairment
MUSC researcher, colleagues find people with cognitive impairment are significantly more likely to have a stroke than people with normal cognitive function.


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What Hollings has been able to do for me, not only am I still alive, but I'm living and having a good time.

John Sanders - MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator


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