Infectious Diseases

'There is still much work ahead to ensure more people at risk can access PrEP,' says Dr. Jessie Clark, professor of infectious diseases

By uclahealth • December 1, 2022

Where we’ve been, where we’re headed with COVID-19, flu, RSV, polio, monkeypox (mpox) and ebola

By Sandy Cohen • November 22, 2022

The new UCLA Health group provides a network for people coming out of intensive care

By Sandy Cohen • November 7, 2022

Dr. Manish J. Butte is leading a research team studying immune system response

By uclahealth • November 7, 2022

Respiratory syncytial virus, which can be dangerous for babies, typically peaks in January or February

By Sandy Cohen • October 28, 2022

Cases are down, but experts advise keeping precautions up.

By Sandy Cohen • October 19, 2022

‘Everybody should get a flu shot,’ says UCLA Health co-chief infection prevention officer Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice

By Sandy Cohen • September 23, 2022

The phrase became popular after COVID-19 vaccines became available, but it’s not accurate, says UCLA Health infectious diseases specialist Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice

By Sandy Cohen • September 22, 2022

‘It still remains extremely important to get vaccinated,’ says UCLA Health immunology and infectious diseases expert Dr. Otto Yang

By Sandy Cohen • September 19, 2022

It’s important to realize that a post-COVID return to exercise and other daily activities may be different than when coming back from a cold or the flu

By Ask the Doctors • September 7, 2022