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VUToday: Tuesday - December 23, 2014

VU ON THE AIR

Amy Jill Levine, University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, appeared in Part 2 of CNN’s Back to the Beginning, examining the historical roots of Genesis.

NBC Nightly News interviewed William Schaffner, professor of preventive medicine and health policy, about California’s battle with the worst whooping cough outbreak in 70 years. ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates across the country aired the report. The interview was conducted at VUStar, the on-campus broadcast facility.

CBS affiliates across the country aired a report about a listeria outbreak in 10 states believed to have originated from commercially packaged caramel apples. William Schaffner, professor of preventive medicine and health policy, was interviewed. The interview was conducted at VUStar, the on-campus broadcast facility.

CBS Radio reported Vanderbilt University researchers have found patients who develop delirium in the ICU are at an increased risk of developing dementia-like disease after discharge.

WZTV, Channel 17, provided tips by Vanderbilt University Medical Center doctors to help alleviate seasonal blues due to the lack of light during the winter season.

VU PRESS RELEASES

Belafonte, Beschloss, Gordon-Reed to discuss anniversary of Voting Rights Act at Vanderbilt event

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