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Hands wearing purple globes process donate donated breast milk at the Mothers Milk Bank.

Outpouring of Support

May 23, 2022

Nonprofit Mother’s Milk Bank of South Carolina has had so many women donate extra breast milk during formula shortage that it can sell milk to the public.

Pregnant woman holding her stomach with wording "COVID-19."

COVID-19 and Pregnancy

May 17, 2022

Two MUSC epidemiologists will explore how the disruptions caused by the pandemic or infection with the SARS-Co2 virus affected pregnancy outcomes.

Crystal Wood, wearing a white blouse, stands outside, smiling.

Foster Advocate

May 17, 2022

Crystal Wood, a 37-year-old single mother, will graduate from nursing school this week, completing her journey from foster child to foster child advocate.

Baby drinking from a bottle.

Formula Shortage

May 16, 2022

During baby formula shortage, conflicting information can be confusing. A dietitian and a pediatrician lay out the facts.

Three nurses dressed in classic white scrubs and blue capes stand in a lobby, performing a ceremony in honor of Florence Nightingale

Nurse Appreciation

May 16, 2022

It takes a special breed to become a nurse. But to be one for more than 25 years? That take a monumental level of devotion and compassion.

COVID particle under what looks like blue liquid. iStock

Silent Epidemic?

May 12, 2022

Tri-county area sees 121% increase week to week in COVID cases. “I’m concerned we could be in a silent epidemic,” MUSC scientist says.

Jihad Obeid speaks as two other colleagues listen during a discussion on AI in health care

AI in Health Care

May 11, 2022

Every year artificial intelligence becomes more intertwined with health care. Some of the areas top AI minds got together to discuss how to take it further.

Clinical lab scientist Tanisha Dickerson carries a tray of materials involved with testing.

COVID Update

May 06, 2022

Doctors see more COVID cases after spring break and Easter weekend. “Is it the beginning of our Omicron variant surge or is it just a little increase?”

a group of people stands in a semi circle listening as a woman holds up part of a plant

Day at the Farm

May 02, 2022

A program that pairs home visitors with new mothers to provide support for the first years of a child's life got everyone out for some fresh air.

Keith Smalls, wearing a red striped jumpsuit next to the words making sense of tragedy

Keith Smalls

April 26, 2022

As a violence intervention advocate for MUSC’s Turning the Tide Violence Intervention Program, Smalls knows exactly what loss and adversity look like.

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