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March 2, 2015 News Headlines​

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What Is Mind-Controlled Technology and How Does It Work?
Source: Wall Street Journal
March 1, 2015
Jan Scheuermann
University of Pittsburgh

Deadly bacteria release sparks concern at Louisiana lab
Source: USA Today
March 1, 2015
UPMC Center for Health Security

Coffee may protect against MS and 5 other ways it's saving your life
Source: Today.com
February 27, 2015
Leslie Bonci
UPMC

Family travels the world trying to save their daughter
Source: WTAE-TV
March 1, 2015
Dr. Gary Mason
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Federal funding cuts stretch researchers to the limit
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
February 28, 2015
Dr. Jeremy Berg
Dr. Jackie Simon
Dr. Mark Redfern
Dr. Bruce Rollman
Dr. Peggy Rosenzweig
Jan Scheurmann
University of Pittsburgh

UPMC Hamot Amps Up ‘Superbug’ Prevention Measures
Source: WICU/WSEE 
February 27, 2015
Jim Donnelly
Angie Pound
UPMC Hamot

Devices, exercises can keep technology from being a pain
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
February 28, 2015
Benjamin Read
UPMC Sports Medicine
Nancy Baker
University of Pittsburgh

Fábregas: There's a little hypochondriac in all of us — we're just wired that way
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
February 28, 2015
Dr. Priya Gopalan
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic

Science brings clarity to Internet debate on dress’s true colors
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
February 28, 2015
Dr. Matthew A. Smith
University of Pittsburgh

True Colors: Viral Dress Colors Still On Debate, A Color Perception Test
Source: Health Aim
March 2, 2015
Dr.  Matthew A. Smith
UPMC

How Pittsburgh's Freedom House Pioneered Paramedic Treatment
Source: NPR
March 2, 2015
Dr. Peter Safar
University of Pittsburgh

Computer Simulation Models Measles Outbreaks
Source: HealthData Management
March 2, 2015
Dr. Donald S. Burke
University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health

Debbie DeAngelo: Inner peace within reach (Subscriber content)
Source: Erie Times-News
March 2, 2015
Debbie DeAngelo
UPMC Hamot

Healthy Living Club sets programs, classes (Subscriber content)
Source: Altoona Mirror
February 28, 2015
John Madey
Randy Grabill
UPMC Altoona
Dr. Jenna Stokes
Dr. Harry Penny
UPMC Altoona Blair Medical Associates Family Practice

Workplace (Subscriber content)
Source: Altoona Mirror
March 1, 2015
Sharon Hayford
Victoria A. Hamer
UPMC Altoona

Highmark lays off nearly 100 workers, mostly in IT, as membership declines
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
February 27, 2015
UPMC

UPMC Trims 410 Beds As Admissions Fall
Source: Health IT Outcomes
March 2, 2015
Mary Lee Gannon
UPMC

Club Hope Talent Show warms the hearts of many at Lincoln High School
Source: Ellwood City Ledger
March 2, 2015
UPMC Shadyside

Erie Zoo opens for 2015 season (Subscriber content)
Source: Erie Times-News
March 2, 2015
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