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

By Sandy Cohen • September 22, 2020

There are several data points that epidemiologists, public health officials and infectious diseases physicians pay particular attention to

By uclahealth • September 15, 2020

UCLA Health pulmonologist recommends ways to stay safe and healthy during fire season and the pandemic

By Alana Prisco • September 15, 2020

Halloween and Thanksgiving will need to be modified in the presence of COVID-19

By Alana Prisco • September 15, 2020

How has the pandemic affected religious gatherings?

By Sandy Cohen • September 14, 2020

As some California schools prepare to resume in-person instruction, parents and teachers have a new round of safety concerns to consider.

By Sandy Cohen • September 14, 2020

Hello again, dear readers, and welcome to the late-summer edition of the letters column. Along with so many of you, we’re facing record-breaking heat, high humidity, and a few natural disasters. All the more reason to seek refuge in our ongoing chat about health and medicine.

-- Many of you continue [...]

By Ask the Doctors • September 14, 2020

Understanding symptoms and what they mean

By uclahealth • September 10, 2020

Tips for reducing eye strain among computer users

By uclahealth • September 4, 2020

Dear Doctor: Our kids are having a hard time with social distancing, which seems like it will last forever. My husband and I know some people who have formed a “quarantine bubble” for socializing and getting the kids together. How does that work? Is it safe?

Dear Reader: An important thing [...]

By Ask the Doctors • August 31, 2020