The observance, held throughout April, raises awareness of the disproportionate health inequities that persist among racial and ethnic minorities.
‘I don’t think there has ever been loss on this scale before,’ says UCLA Health psychiatrist Dr. Jena Lee
‘Our ethnicity and the color of our skin can dictate almost everything about our mental health and how we’re perceived by other people,’ says Dr. Gail Wyatt.
UCLA Health experts weigh in on what they hope to see as the new president takes office
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Some children may be struggling with depression during the holidays
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Dear Doctors: I’ve been working from home for six months, so no more bike commutes and no office staircases. My two young kids are home, too, which means I can’t do a lunchtime bike ride, or even go during a break. How bad is it that I’m sitting way more [...]
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