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Pitt Text Message Program Helps Reduce Binge Drinking

Program is first to show that such an intervention can successfully produce sustained reductions in alcohol consumption in young adults.




Magee-Womens is partnering with Pitt Men's Hockey to promote breast cancer research at Pink the Rink.

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The Beckwith Institute awarded 12 Frontline Innovation Program grants to support initiatives for improved bedside care.

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Mary L. Marazita, Ph.D., has studied cleft lip and palate since the 1980s, building a database of more than 6,000 families.



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