The 2017-2018 flu season has had a severe effect in North Carolina. UNC-Chapel Hill pediatrician Dr. Ravi Jhaveri explains.
Why this flu season is significantly worse than last season
February 2, 2018
Explore the field of biomechanics and learn how motion capture technology is used to study the how and why of how we move. Then, identify the forces that act on our feet and legs when we walk or run.
The zero gravity environment onboard the International Space Station enables astronauts and researchers to better study health issues that impact people on Earth.
Learn about the six simple machines (lever, pulley, wheel and axle, inclined plane, wedge and screw) and how they can be used to describe to the human body in motion.
This might just be enough to make you lose your appetite.
There you are, home early, and you decide to throw together a little dinner, flop onto the couch, and watch some TV. You happen to flip on the news and hear the anchor report:
UNC Researchers Discover Another Cell HIV Can Infect
May 10, 2016
HIV is not the death sentence it used to be. In the 1990s more than 40,000 people could die because of HIV/AIDS in a single year. In 2013, that number had dropped to just fewer than 7,000 per year thanks to education and treatments that can manage the HIV virus.
Learn how the environment can affect gene expression, and discover how researchers in North Carolina are investigating drug safety and unusual, genetically mediated responses to drugs.