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Medical Mondays: Newborn Medicine

​Each year, over 450,000 babies are born prematurely. And more than 1,800 need extra medical attention after birth. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC is the largest in Pennsylvania. Our specialists combine clinical experience with compassion to provide newborns and their families with the highest level of care.

Visit HealthBeat for our Medical Mondays feature on newborn medicine, where you’ll find posts on:

And much more.

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Need Help Managing Your Arthritis or Lupus?

May is national arthritis and lupus awareness month. UPMC’s rheumatologists treat these and other rheumatic illnesses that cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints, skin, and muscles. We can help you manage your arthritis, lupus, or other chronic rheumatoid conditions at our specialty centers.

Learn more about diagnosis and treatment at:

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ReThink Concussions at UPMC

The UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program offers a complete approach to concussion. We don’t just follow the best practice protocols for diagnosis, management, and rehab. We create them.

At our ReThink Concussions website, you can learn about:

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