Metro's ongoing @purplelineext subway construction project near Wilshire Blvd may cause delays for those trying to reach Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the Medical Plaza complex & other UCLA Health & @DGSOMUCLA facilities in Westwood. Expect closures & detours on weekends.
After two and a half years, COVID-19 is very much still around. With back to school season here, what can you do to protect your children? Shira Shafir, PhD, shares tips for children of different ages in our new article.
Were you a recipient of the smallpox vaccine? You may have some immunity to monkeypox. Adults who received the smallpox vaccine as far back as 1940 are considered to have continuing immunity. Learn more in our new article.
Tick and mosquito bites are more than an itchy nuisance. Both insect bites can transmit multiple diseases and potentially cause serious health issues. But before you grab a can of bug repellent, learn more about how to safely and effectively use it.
While it's natural not to love everything about your physical appearance, obsessing over it may mean you have #BodyDysmorphicDisorder (BDD). The good news is that BDD is treatable.
Learn how to recognize the signs of BDD and seek the help of a medical professional if needed.
Many first-time moms are surprised by the challenges they face with #Breastfeeding.
UCLA Health's Dr. Cindy Hudson remarks, “Even though it’s natural & it’s amazing & it’s the best way to bond with your baby,” she says, “it’s still hard & you really need to work at it.” #NBM22
Happy National Health Center Week! Join us in celebrating the incredible people at UCLA Health.
To our UCLA Health team members: Share why you enjoy working at UCLA Health with the hashtag #UCLANHCW2022 & we may reshare your tweet!
43-year-old Danel Lombard is pregnant after receiving fibroid removal surgery at UCLA Health. While relatively common, the tumors can negatively impact fertility as they did for Lombard. Read the full story in our new article.
Calling all runners! Get your @DodgersFdn Sunset Run ticket pack presented by @UCLAHealth and receive your admission to the run on 8/13 and a ticket to the 9/4 game when the Dodgers take on the Padres.
The Pediatric Heart Transplant Program at UCLA Health is on the cusp of completing its 500th transplant. The program credits its higher than average survival rates to incredible surgeons and team dynamics.
A recent study supports the hypothesis that babies die of SIDS because their brains can’t send the necessary “wake-up” signals to rouse them in a dangerous situation. However, more research is needed. Learn more in our new Ask the Doctors column.
UCLA Psychiatrist and expert James McGough, MD, joins @Ahdelneuro to chat about the underlying neurobiology of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) on this week's episode of the @UCLABrainSPORT podcast.