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Student leads effort to improve LGBT health care at UCLA  
UCLA physician is bringing ultrasound to patients' bedside  
New Laser Treatment for Enlarged Prostate Presented by UCLA Urologist Dr. Robert Reiter at Free Men's Health Seminar  
New Laser Treatment for Enlarged Prostate Presented by UCLA Urologist Dr. Robert Reiter at Free Men's Health Seminar  
UCLA Experts Offer Tips to Help Protect Against Flu  
UCLA physicians now available via LiveHealth Online 09/16/2014
Treating insomnia in elderly reduces inflammation, lowers risk for chronic diseases 09/15/2014
UCLA student finds a better way to deal with her diagnosis 09/15/2014
Deconstructing the placebo response: Why does it work in treating depression? 09/11/2014
UCLA faculty voice: Rats ditch balanced diet to eat just like obese people 09/10/2014
Study provides more evidence that sleep apnea is hurting your brain 09/10/2014
Low-doses of fish oil may reduce seizures in patients with drug-resistant epilepsy 09/08/2014
UCLA biologists delay the aging process by ‘remote control’ 09/08/2014
Body language 09/04/2014
FDA approves new melanoma drug that turns on the immune system to fight deadly cancers 09/04/2014
He's harnessing the regenerative power of stem cells 09/03/2014
UCLA projects to improve L.A. by 2050 vie for online votes 09/03/2014
Q&A: Teresa Roth, 'mother' to medical school interns, residents 09/03/2014
UCLA-led study identifies genetic factors involved in pediatric ulcerative colitis 09/03/2014
Survivor of lightning strike reunites with rescuers 08/29/2014
A sermon and a flu shot: Taking preventive health care into community spaces 08/28/2014
Protein in ‘good cholesterol’ may be a key to treating pulmonary hypertension 08/27/2014
Stacy Park wins grant to study role of e-cigarettes in lung cancer 08/27/2014
In sync and in control? 08/26/2014
Providing futile treatment prevents other patients from receiving the critical care they need 08/25/2014
In our digital world, are young people losing the ability to read emotions? 08/21/2014
Vault nanoparticles engineered at UCLA show promise for cancer treatment and possible HIV cure 08/21/2014
Geriatrics Unit Becomes ‘Friendlier’ for Older Adults 08/21/2014
A Band of Doctors Rock for Charity 08/21/2014
Q&A: Federica Raia and life with a new heart 08/20/2014
Water conservation strategy should consider health, cost and community concerns, too 08/20/2014
Study identifies protein that helps prevent active tuberculosis in infected patients 08/20/2014
Mother whose young daughter died from ovarian cancer raises money for UCLA cancer research 08/19/2014
Teaching Award for Residents and Fellows 08/19/2014
New vaccine shows promise as stronger weapon against both tuberculosis and leprosy 08/19/2014
UCLA faculty voice: Thanks to technology, our internal sleep clocks are out of sync 08/18/2014
Pediatrician from Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA Reminds Parents to Immunize Children Before School Starts 08/18/2014
Implantable heart devices result in similar survival benefits among ethnic, racial groups 08/18/2014
Mother who Lost Young Daughter to Ovarian Cancer Raises Money for UCLA Gynecologic Cancer Research 08/18/2014
Doctors, patients at the crossroads make difficult decisions together 08/18/2014
PTSD can develop even without memory of the trauma, psychologists report 08/14/2014
Superhero grime fighters delight young patients 08/13/2014
UCLA honors legacy of former World Boxing Council president 08/13/2014
To eat or not to eat 08/12/2014
Researchers discover gene that slows bone loss and promotes bone formation 08/11/2014
U.S. medical schools urged to increase enrollment of undocumented immigrants 08/06/2014
Picturing pain 08/06/2014
Earlier intervention for most common form of heart attacks linked to improved survival rates 08/04/2014
Poor people with diabetes up to 10 times likelier to lose a limb than wealthier patients 08/04/2014
Sarah Michelle Gellar to host 15th Annual Mattel Party on the Pier benefitting Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA 07/31/2014
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