infectious diseases

The virus is rare, but cases have been reported in the U.S.

By Sandy Cohen • May 24, 2022

Discrepancies in data can delay care, resources and awareness, says Dr. Vickie Mays of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

By Sandy Cohen • May 19, 2022

Children younger than 5 still aren’t eligible for vaccination against SARS-CoV-2

By Sandy Cohen • May 13, 2022

'It’s a pretty clear pattern that we have two surges a year,’ says UCLA Health clinical microbiologist Dr. Shangxin Yang

By Sandy Cohen • May 6, 2022

Ask the Doctors answers your most-asked Coronavirus related questions

By Ask the Doctors • April 27, 2022

It’s ‘far too early’ to use the test in a health care setting, says Omai Garner, director of clinical microbiology for UCLA Health

By uclahealth • April 22, 2022

Music fest promoters have dropped vaccination and masking requirements

By Sandy Cohen • April 12, 2022

Nasal irrigation is the personal hygiene practice in which mucus and inhaled particulates are gently flushed from the nostrils

By Ask the Doctors • March 28, 2022

A UCLA Health expert addresses common areas of concern about the new subvariant of Omicron

By Leo Smith • March 18, 2022

Ask the Doctors answers your most-asked Coronavirus related questions

By Ask the Doctors • March 7, 2022