Family Medicine

'Sitting on the sidelines should not be and is not an option.'

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • July 8, 2021

Vaccines are essential to helping your child get back to healthy routines

By uclahealth • May 20, 2021

UCLA Health experts provide insights for every chapter of womanhood

By uclahealth • May 8, 2021

The importance of understanding your family's medical history

By uclahealth • November 29, 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

Early intervention provides services that support children from birth to age three who have, or are at risk for, a developmental delay or disability. Early intervention is highly effective at helping children learn new skills and overcome challenges.

When is a child eligible for early intervention services?

By law, parents and [...]

By uclahealth • November 13, 2019

“I think this office not only provides great patient care but we bring a sense of home,” says Sonia Ramos, site manager for the UCLA Health Pacific Palisades Family Medicine clinic. “We feel like a family. [...]

By uclahealth • August 2, 2019
Colon cancer is highly preventable and treatable. Yet more than 140,000 people are diagnosed with—and more than 50,000 people die from—colon cancer each year in the United States. The key to improving these statistics is to ensure that every person completes a routine colon cancer screening test, which can [...]
By uclahealth • March 11, 2019
Dear Doctors: Neither of my sisters have pets, and all of their kids have allergies. Could the fact that we have dogs, a horse, and a barn cat be the reason that my kids aren’t allergic to anything? [...]
By Ask the Doctors • August 28, 2018
Dear Doctors: I’ve been reading about measles outbreaks in the U.S and abroad. Are these new cases really all that dangerous? As an adult, should I get vaccinated? Measles is an ancient and highly contagious respiratory infection. [...]
By Ask the Doctors • May 24, 2018