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'I’m more optimistic than ever about the future for cancer patients,' says the world-renowned expert in gynecologic malignancies

By uclahealth • September 10, 2021

From lung disease to cancer, the health ramifications of that earth-shattering day continue for many present at Ground Zero

By uclahealth • September 10, 2021

Specialized ambulances allow for rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke

By Sandy Cohen • September 9, 2021

Tips for protecting yourself while working out under the sun

By Chayil Champion • September 9, 2021

Dr. Melissa Brymer reflects back on improvements that have been made since the terrorist attacks 20 years ago

By uclahealth • September 8, 2021

Learn the basics of veganism and tips on ensuring a healthy vegan diet

By Ask the Doctors • September 8, 2021

The program was created to care for post-9/11 veterans

By Sandy Cohen • September 7, 2021

Single-celled organisms live in warm freshwater areas throughout the world, but also can be found in public water systems that have not been adequately disinfected, where it travels through the pipes and into homes

By Ask the Doctors • September 6, 2021

‘There have been lots of cases of liver problems and liver failure, severe GI upset and even things like seizure and coma,’ says UCLA Health’s Dr. Dan Uslan

By Sandy Cohen • September 3, 2021

Ticks are found in all 50 states and, depending on the climate, can be a year-round problem

By Ask the Doctors • September 3, 2021