David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

‘The majority of us will have some difficulties in terms of social interactions,’ says UCLA Health psychiatry professor Emanuel Maidenberg

By Sandy Cohen • April 19, 2021

Research was led by UCLA Health's Dr. Leonid Kruglyak.

By uclahealth • February 24, 2021

Public health specialists stress the importance of wearing masks

By uclahealth • December 3, 2020

Why does COVID-19 affect people differently? Read here

By Tiare Dunlap • August 21, 2020

A look back at how the pandemic changed our lives

By uclahealth • July 31, 2020
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  • UCLA community engagement program partners with MiOra and Compton schools to expand diabetes prevention program.
  • Students, certified as diabetes prevention program coaches, will conduct educational [...]
By uclahealth • January 2, 2019
High school senior Genesis Morales thought she knew what she wanted to do with her future, but after completing a special Turner-UCLA Allied Health internship this summer her plans changed direction. “Previously, I was interested in working in substance abuse because I know people who [...]
By Amy Albin • October 2, 2017
An upset stomach can’t be ignored – go ahead, try it – but that doesn’t mean you should panic either, as those of us who have spent too much time Googling our various aches and pains are wont to do. "If it lasts for a day or two, [...]
By Tami Dennis • March 27, 2017
  When the American College of Physicians issued new guidelines for treating lower back pain last month it represented a big shift: instead of recommending prescription medications as the first line of treatment, as it had for years, [...]
By Enrique Rivero • March 24, 2017
  Challenging more than a century of medical tradition, a UCLA doctor is exploring whether antibiotics can be an effective alternative to surgery for treating appendicitis. Dr. David Talan, an emergency medicine and infectious diseases specialist at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, [...]
By Phil Hampton • March 21, 2017