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Dean's Update | November 20

"As we approach the holiday season, I want to express my deep appreciation to everyone who will be working during the holidays. We have staff, residents, and providers who will not get days off over the university holidays. There can be an esprit de corps to working a holiday in a hospital, but this will be a very different kind of year. Our hospitals are concerned about increasing numbers of hospitalized patients, ICU loads, and their human capacity to care for those patients. Take care of yourselves as you take care of others." 

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Injectable birth control may increase blood lead levels in African American women

Women using a common, injectable form of birth control showed increased levels of potentially hazardous lead in their blood, a study led by Kristen Upson, PhD, assistant professor of epidemiology and biostatistics in MSU College of Human Medicine, found. 

Read more about the study.

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