women’s health

A new UCLA Health study found no long-term link between physical activity and cognitive performance in 3 areas tested

By Alana Prisco • April 1, 2021

Although anyone can develop the disease, about 90% of people with a form of lupus are female

By Ask the Doctors • March 3, 2021

‘One of the big challenges in our field is to understand how we can prevent these injuries from happening or make them less severe,’ says Dr. Tamara Grisales

By uclahealth • February 3, 2021

Learn the benefits of folate and how it helps your body

By uclahealth • January 21, 2021

UCLA Health experts weigh in on what they hope to see as the new president takes office

By Sandy Cohen • January 19, 2021

‘If I weren’t a physician and if I didn’t know how to read that monitor, what would have happened to my baby and what would have happened to me?’

By Sandy Cohen • January 15, 2021

UCLA Health OB/GYN experts address concerns

By Alana Prisco • December 30, 2020

Dear Doctors: We heard a story on the news that bee venom can cure breast cancer. Is that really true? How does stuff like that even get researched?

Dear Reader: It’s true that recent research has shown that an active component found in the venom from honeybees is toxic to certain [...]

By Ask the Doctors • October 19, 2020

Learn about her devotion to medicine and social injustice

By uclahealth • July 2, 2020

Giving birth during COVID-19: “Birthing may be different, but different doesn’t mean something isn’t good,” says Dr. Sridhar.

By Jane Murcia with Photos from Nick Carranza • June 23, 2020