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Keeping Our Children Safe

By uclahealth • April 16, 2020

UCLA Doctors to Study Donated Blood Plasma From COVID-19 Survivors

By Jane Murcia • April 15, 2020

Don't Sweat it! You Can Stay Fit Without a Gym

By Ted Braun @TedBraunUCLASM • April 13, 2020

Ways to Remain in Good Physical & Mental Health

By uclahealth • March 27, 2020

Colonoscopies Prove Beneficial for Patients

By uclahealth • March 9, 2020

Three days after delivering at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Brittani Clark, a pediatric nurse practitioner, brought in her newborn daughter, Nia, for her first appointment with Dr. Allison Guimera in the By uclahealth • January 9, 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 didn’t play a sport before, so I didn’t have really good coordination,” confesses 14-year-old Shania Jemison, a ninth-grader at Culver City High School. Culver City High partnered with UCLA Health for the Sound Body Sound [...]

By uclahealth • October 24, 2019

“Sound Body Sound Mind is a program that really enhances kids who aren’t affiliated with sports,” explains Brandy Peacock, PE and softball coach at Culver City High School. “This program is an opportunity for the students to get free range of the weight room, and for them to get opportunities [...]

By uclahealth • October 24, 2019

Youth athletes are experiencing tears of a knee ligament at alarming rates. These injuries, known as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, occur with sports that involve pivoting and side-to-side motions, like soccer and skiing. Because the young athletes are often still growing, orthopaedic specialists must take special care. Treatment should [...]

By uclahealth • October 11, 2019