Research

New UCLA Health study unveils blood test that can measure cumulative exposure over a lifetime

By uclahealth • April 15, 2021

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

By Sandy Cohen • April 6, 2021

UCLA Health is part of a large study exploring how a woman’s individual risk could determine her personal testing guidelines

By uclahealth • March 24, 2021

The project demonstrates the power of UCLA’s Data Discovery Repository for identifying trends

By uclahealth • March 24, 2021

‘It is a recognition of the scholarly environment and infrastructure we have built to enable and foster outstanding scientific research,’ says David Geffen School of Medicine Dean Kelsey Martin

By Sandy Cohen • March 22, 2021

UCLA Health study suggests products considered less harmful actually could pose increased risk for anxiety, depression

By uclahealth • February 11, 2021

With telehealth likely here to stay, 2 UCLA Health doctors research how best to serve patients

By uclahealth • February 9, 2021

UCLA Health needs volunteers for large trial investigating ways to reduce coronavirus hospitalizations and speed recovery

By Sandy Cohen • December 28, 2020

Specialists at UCLA Health have developed a system that allows for a quicker, more accurate diagnosis

By uclahealth • December 6, 2020

Secondhand smoke is smoke inhaled when someone nearby lights up. The health risks associated with secondhand cigarette smoke, such as lung disease and cancer, are well understood. But does exposure to secondhand marijuana (cannabis) smoke cause similar concerns?

Health effects of secondhand cannabis smoke

Because of marijuana’s illegal status at the [...]

By uclahealth • October 29, 2020