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Experts understand that addiction isn’t a weakness or moral failing; it’s an illness, much like cancer or heart disease.


Researchers at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Fielding School of Public Health are participating in a new nationwide, multi-center study of preschool and school-aged children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to identify non-invasive biological markers — or biomarkers — that could help physicians diagnose and track ASD as well as assess treatments in autism patients.


UCLA Health’s hospitals in Westwood and Santa Monica have been named to U.S. News and World Report’s 2015-2016 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. UCLA, which previously ranked No. 5 in the country, tied for No. 3 this year.


Two years ago, Rachel Greenberg of Marina del Rey went out to run a few errands. While she was gone, her husband Glenn suffered a massive brain hemorrhage. He was immediately taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center where physicians explained he had suffered the worst kind of brain bleed.


Everybody grieves the death of a loved one, and the process helps most mourners adjust to their loss.


UCLA's Center for Cerebral Palsy turns therapy into summer fun


Phase I/II clinical trial to enroll 10 patients with an immunodeficiency disorder at three different U.S. locations


Enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay, or ELISA, is a diagnostic tool that identifies antigens such as viruses and bacteria in blood samples.


The UCLA department of neurosurgery ranks No. 2 in the nation in scholarly research, according to a recent paper evaluating the impact of published articles in the field.


UCLA study finds low-income teens and teens of color less likely to have positive social support

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