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August 20, 2014 News Headlines​

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UPMC thyroid cancer test its most sensitive yet
Source: Pittsburgh Business Times
August 19, 2014
Dr. Yuri Nikiforov
UPMC

Childhood mental health disabilities on the rise
Source: CNN
August 18, 2014
Dr. Amy Houtrow
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Analysis: Disabilities among U.S. children increase slightly
Source: Associated Press (via The Washington Post)
August 18, 2014
Dr. Amy Houtrow
University of Pittsburgh

Childhood Mental Disability Rates Up, Study Finds
Source: U.S. News & World Report
August 18, 2014
Dr. Amy Houtrow
University of Pittsburgh


Mental Health Disabilities in Children Up 21% in 10 Years (Registration required)
Source: Medscape
August 18, 2014
Dr. Amy Houtrow
University of Pittsburgh


Arnold Palmer recovering at home in Latrobe after heart procedure
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
August 19, 2014
UPMC Presbyterian

Steel City’s Hacking Cases Mean Game Over for Trade Theft
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
August 19, 2014
John Houston
UPMC

Connellsville — a model trail town
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
August 20, 2014
Allison Robinson
UPMC

Area Hospitals Help Smokers Quit
Source: WTAJ-TV (Altoona)
August 19, 2014
UPMC Altoona

Key injury to pivotal starter forces Serra Catholic to regroup
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
August 19, 2014
UPMC Montefiore

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