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Duchenne muscular dystrophy affects 1 in 3,500 boys, stealing their ability to walk by age 12 and typically killing them by their mid-20s. Doctors know what causes the muscle-wasting disease, but there is no cure. However, a group of UVA School of Medicine & School of Engineering and Applied Sciences researchers is out to change that, with the help of a $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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You can tune in now on Facebook Live to see how Children's Miracle Network Hospitals are helping kids at UVA and around the country! #childrenshospitalsweek #gohoos

Catch up on this week's UVA School of Medicine faculty news, from grants to awards to promotions:…

Yoga for High Blood Pressure: Sandra's Story of Staying Med-Free

Sandra's 78 and not on any medication. Thanks to medical yoga, even an episode of high blood pressure kept that true. Click the photo to read Sandra's story.

There's more fun to be had for the kids today! Tune in to the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Facebook Live-athon TODAY at 10 a.m. EST to celebrate #UVAChildrens and #ChildrensHospitalsWeek! This awesome live stream will be hosted by Nick Cannon and will feature appearances by an NFL legend, a pop star, Miss America, and (the most important guests of all) our our champion children from all 50 states and Canada. Check it out!

Our #uvachildrens Child Life team and our young patients enjoyed hosting Clifford yesterday! @wvpt @PBS

The Women's Health Symposium covered bone density loss, mindfulness and other midlife topics. Photos:

On this "Thankful Thursday", we are grateful for our local partner Nest Realty Group! Thank you, Nest team!

Remember that link between the brain and the immune system? Now researchers have found a link between men’s testes and the immune system.

New Program Aims to Quell Fears and Improve Health for People With HIV

A new online program from the School of Medicine helps HIV-positive patients overcome the stigma that often prevents them from seeking treatment. Click the photo to learn more.

Play video games? You can celebrate #ChildrensHospitalsWeek too! Join the #Twitch stream for Extra Life United from Thursday, 3/23 through Saturday, 3/25: Extra Life United is a gaming tournament where attendees experience the mission of #CMN Hospitals like #UVAChildrens, connect with other Extra Lifers from around the world, and compete in a gaming tournament to unlock a prize pool of at least $150,000 in funds for their local CMN Hospitals. The event will be broadcast live on Twitch. The Extra Life program raised more than $30k for UVA Children’s Hospital in 2016.