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Ways to Cope with Covid-19 Related Stress

By uclahealth • April 10, 2020

NBA All-Star Legend Makes Generous Contribution Amidst Pandemic

By Jane Murcia • April 7, 2020

Technology Bridges Gap for Patients & Medical Staff

By Jane Murcia • April 3, 2020

Mandatory Lockdowns May Increase Computer Usage Among Kids

By uclahealth • April 3, 2020

Questions Regarding Symptoms of Covid-19

By Elaine Schmidt • March 30, 2020

The Effect of Pills on Coronavirus Patients

By Elaine Schmidt • March 20, 2020

Jim James, an engineer, husband, and father of two teenagers, has always been a “look on the brightside” kind of guy.

So it was no surprise when he was diagnosed with advanced melanoma in 2018 that he remained positive and grateful to everyone who crossed his path.

“There really wasn’t ever a moment that I wasn’t staying [...]

By Denise Heady • February 28, 2020

Deaths of polarizing figures in our society yield moments of grief, reflection, and unity

By uclahealth • February 24, 2020

“We’re having all the Big Sibs and Little Sibs come together to make Valentine’s Day cards and eat cookies,” explains Lauren Matsuno (not pictured), a second-year student at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The Big Sib/Little Sib program matches incoming students or Little Sibs, to second-year students, [...]

By uclahealth • February 21, 2020

“I’m six cards deep and going strong,” laughs Nardeen Dawood, a second-year medical student making Valentine’s Day cards. “I started out making one or two, but I realized I should make cards for more of my friends. I’m trying to spread some love on Valentine’s Day. I’m going to [...]

By uclahealth • February 21, 2020