Remote schooling: Are your kids more susceptible to computer vision syndrome?

Remote schooling: Are your kids more susceptible to computer vision syndrome?

Tips for reducing eye strain among computer users


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Exploring treatments for excessive sweating

Exploring treatments for excessive sweating

Dear Doctors: I've read your column for years but have yet to see anything about my problem. I tend to sweat a lot, not under [...]


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Election stress can hurt your heart

Election stress can hurt your heart

Don't allow the election to stress you out


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COVID-19 has been a 5-month battle for this 43-year-old father - and it's not over yet

COVID-19 has been a 5-month battle for this 43-year-old father - and it's not over yet

UCLA Health’s new Post-ICU Recovery Clinic is helping ‘long-haulers’ such as Ruben Salazar who have lingering symptoms


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Reaching the ballot box from a hospital bed

Reaching the ballot box from a hospital bed

UCLA Health helps hospitalized patients vote in the November election


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You want to vote in person, but is it safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

You want to vote in person, but is it safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

Casting ballots in person is low-risk when public health guidelines are followed, says UCLA Health infectious diseases expert.


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Smoke from western fires can strain lungs thousands of miles away

Smoke from western fires can strain lungs thousands of miles away

Dear Doctors: We’re in central Oregon, and even though the wildfires aren’t right next to our town, we’ve had bad air quality all summer. My [...]


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Studies indicate fitness trackers can predict illness

Studies indicate fitness trackers can predict illness

Dear Doctors: My husband caught a cold this summer, and he swears the readings from his fitness tracker a few days before warned him that [...]


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Surgeon General expects COVID-19 vaccine to be available by year's end

Surgeon General expects COVID-19 vaccine to be available by year's end

Dr. Jerome Adams addresses UCLA faculty and staff in Grand Rounds lecture


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Secondhand marijuana smoke: What are the risks to your health?

Secondhand marijuana smoke: What are the risks to your health?

Secondhand smoke is smoke inhaled when someone nearby lights up. The health risks associated with secondhand cigarette smoke, such as lung disease and cancer, are [...]


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Tips for preventing traumatic brain injury in young children and teens

Tips for preventing traumatic brain injury in young children and teens

According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are close to 840,000 cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) [...]


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Colorectal cancer is on the rise in young adults

Colorectal cancer is on the rise in young adults

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer. Every week over 1,000 Americans die from it. Currently, one in ten people diagnosed with colorectal [...]


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