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UC Closing at 2:30 Wednesday, March 4
03/04/15: The University of Cincinnati will close at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 4, 2015, due to anticipated inclement weather. Classes are canceled, and all offices -- with the exception of those noted in the UC emergency closing policy (University Rule 30-16-01) --...

Walkway to Eden Garage Will Be Closed Weekend of March 6-8
Due to the installation of new glass sliding doors, the walkway that connects Level G of the MSB to Eden Garage will be closed from Friday night to Sunday night, March 6-8.

HEALTH LINE: Getting Enough Sleep Really Isn't Optional
The typical adult needs 7 to 7 1/2 hours of sleep each night, while for teenagers and young adults under 25 about 9 to 10 hours of sleep per night is recommended.

UC Health Offers Outpatient Laser Procedure for Benign Vocal Fold Tumors
UC Health experts are the only ones locally offering an outpatient laser procedure for patients with recurrent benign tumors, polyps or growths on their vocal folds (cords).

Researchers Share $200K in Pilot Grants to Study Brain Cancers
The research and development of improved therapy for metastatic brain tumors and high-grade gliomas is the focus of $200,000 in pilot grants awarded to three UC researchers.

Graduate Research Forum Set for March 5-6, 2015
The Office of Graduate Education at the College of Medicine will host the 35th annual Graduate Student Research Forum March 5-6, 2015.

At UC Memory Disorders Center, Building a New Approach to Brain Health
Rhonna Shatz, DO, has arrived as the new medical director and Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer’s Disease at the UC Memory Disorders Center.

Integrative Medicine Helps Patient ‘Focus More on Life and Less on Pain’
Judy Harrod, 66, says the pain she feels can radiate throughout her body, though it mainly affects her back. It started after she suffered a kidney stone.

To Help Others, LVAD Patient Tells How Her Device 'Saved My Life'
Arnetta Profit-Greer has a left ventricular assist device known simply as an LVAD implanted in her chest and a story she will share with anyone who listens.

Monthly Community Educational Series Focuses on Cancer
The UC Cancer Institute will hold a series of educational events throughout 2015 to teach the community about various types of cancer, risk factors and the interventions and t

Kaplan Essay Contest Winners Announced
The Medical Student Education Division of the UC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience has announced the winners of the 2014 Stanley M. Kaplan Essay Contest.

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