October 2012

  • Power Naps Might be More Powerful Than Previously Thought

    October 29 - The Daily Iowan - Researchers at the University of Iowa, and across the nation, are now taking the science a step further and investigating the power of naps.
  • The Art of Calling in Sick - Or Not

    October 24 - The Wall Street Journal - Loreen Herwaldt, MD, UI professor of epidemiology and hospital epidemiologist at UI Hospitals and Clinics, discusses when to stay home if you're sick and how to stay well at work
  • Effective Surgical Closures Require Planning, Follow-Up

    October 9 - Dermatology Times - Achieving optimal surgical closures begins long before - and ends well after - the procedure, says Roger I. Ceilley, MD, a University of Iowa graduate and recipient of the 2008 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
  • UI Study: Knee Replacement Surgeries More Prevalent Than Ever

    October 5 - The Daily Iowan - "The number of surgeries being performed per year has gone up dramatically over the past 20 years," said Associate Professor Peter Cram, the lead author of a study released on Sept. 26 by the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine.
  • Take a Visual Tour of University of Iowa's New Clinic in Iowa River Landing

    October 6 - Iowa City Patch - A photo collection shows off some of the features of University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics' new $73 million, five-story outpatient clinic in Coralville.
  • UIHC LGBT Clinic to Open Monday

    October 2 - Press-Citizen - Two University of Iowa physicians are teaming up to start University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics' first Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clinic, and some advocates say it's a step toward reducing barriers for those patient populations.