Research

Knowledge is power for people with hereditary forms of cancer and their relatives.

By uclahealth • July 14, 2022

As the number of elderly people with HIV grows, researchers question how it affects diseases such as Alzheimer’s

By uclahealth • July 5, 2022

The vaccine for an old scourge also protects against a newer threat

By uclahealth • June 23, 2022

A lowly flatworm brings researchers closer to solving a genetic mystery

By uclahealth • June 14, 2022

Science is leading us to a much more specific understanding of migraine and also to much more specific and effective therapies,’ says Andrew Charles, MD

By uclahealth • June 13, 2022

UCLA doctor developing first targeted treatment of acute respiratory ailments

By uclahealth • June 10, 2022

Some babies born early are at risk of eye issues including retinal detachment

By uclahealth • June 6, 2022

New UCLA Health depression studies rely on smartphones, apps and other smart technology

By Sandy Cohen • May 31, 2022

Innovation could help doctors, patients worldwide

By uclahealth • May 27, 2022

‘They are definitely being utilized as a way to help patients relax and help with anxiety and agitation,’ says Shoni Taylor, a UCLA Health nurse specialist

By uclahealth • May 17, 2022