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Teen suicide: Why “13 Reasons Why” is wrong

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2017/06/19/teen-suicide-why-13-reasons-why-is-wrong/
story of high school student Hannah Baker, who takes her own life after creating

UCLA Health doctors add Twitter to their public-health toolkit

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2021/06/24/ucla-health-doctors-add-twitter-to-their-public-health-toolkit/
publication, which came a few months later, we already knew about this. These

Bone marrow transplant: What one family learned about faith and trusting the process

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2020/09/22/bone-marrow-transplant-what-one-family-learned-about-faith-and-trusting-the-process/
help,” says Stewart Hart, 42, of Salt Lake City, Utah. After a two-week break

My pleasant experience with UCLA Cardiology

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2013/07/01/my-pleasant-experience-with-ucla-cardiology/
believe it! I thanked him profusely. Later on, after my surgery, I was talking

What we’ve learned about disease in the 40 years since the discovery of HIV/AIDS at UCLA

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2021/06/03/40-years-discovery-of-hiv-aids-ucla/
you your T-cell level and ratio.” Later, however, he realized he needed to ... HIV, called the AIDS Center, which later formally became the Clinical AIDS Research

The Potential of COVID-19 to Infect the Brain

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2020/05/11/the-potential-of-covid-19-to-infect-the-brain/
develop neurological complications later? Dr. Liebeskind: That is a scenario

Women of UCLA Health: Trailblazers in health care, medicine and science

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2019/03/15/women-of-ucla-health-trailblazers-in-health-care-medicine-and-science/
“Women’s History Week.” Five years later, the event was expanded to a month-long

Can oxytocin help improve social skills in kids with autism? It’s complicated

https://connect.uclahealth.org/2021/10/15/oxytocin-social-skills-autism/
long-lasting effect, even weeks and months later. But when you give it when the animal