public health

An emergency-use authorization doesn’t mean the COVID-19 vaccines have failed to qualify for FDA approval

By Ask the Doctors • July 19, 2021

‘The best strategies for COVID-19 testing of students and staff in schools to maximize safe, in-person learning remains an open question,’ says Dr. Mitchell Wong

By uclahealth • July 13, 2021

Infectious-disease expert Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice explains what the mutation is and how to protect against it

By uclahealth • July 9, 2021

Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, is a big part of the problem, says UCLA Health researcher Joseph Friedman

By Sandy Cohen • June 16, 2021

'Once we learn to be afraid of something, learning not to be afraid of it is quite a challenge,' says UCLA Health's Dr. Emanuel Maidenberg

By Sandy Cohen • May 19, 2021

Vaccinated people have more options for safe activities, but there is still risk

By Sandy Cohen • May 18, 2021

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force lowered the age after extensive scientific study

By Sandy Cohen • May 18, 2021

‘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

UCLA Health researchers explore gun ownership and attitudes in understudied California populations

By Sandy Cohen • April 6, 2021

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

By uclahealth • September 15, 2020