Marcee White, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, spoke to Public News Service for a segment about a recent study that found about 1,000 children die in drowning accidents each year.
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Lauren Kenworthy, PhD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and of pediatrics, spoke to Spectrum for an article about a recent study that found that children with autism who use certain social strategies can become more
Adam Friedman, MD, associate professor of dermatology, spoke to Elite Daily about hyperhidrosis and how to figure out if you have it.
Kenneth Harwood, PhD, director of the program in health care quality, spoke to NPR about a recent study he coauthored that suggest physical therapy for lower back pain may reduce the use of opioids.
Rachel Brem, MD, director of women's imaging and professor of radiology, was quoted in a Washington Life Magazine article about the Take Action Against Breast Cancer panel hosted by the Breast Cancer Alliance.
Christina Puchalski, MD, professor of medicine and of health, human function, and rehabilitation services, spoke to 6PR for a segment about how to cope with stress and death.
Rebecca Kaltman, MD, assistant clinical professor of medicine, spoke to The Washington Times for an article about DigniCap, a scalp cooling treatment that offers cancer patients a chance to prevent hair loss during their cancer treatments.