It’s a ‘human-rights’ crisis, says Dr. Ninez Ponce, director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
I’m a 33-year-old woman in good health. The problem is that I got into some bad habits during the pandemic and gained weight. I’m back on track with diet, and now I am adding exercise. I remember reading that the time of day that women exercise makes a difference. Is that true?
When performed remotely, the procedure can help underserved communities.
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‘In the past, there was this thought of ‘‘once a cesarean, always a cesarean,’’ says UCLA Health obstetrician Dr. Aparna Sridhar
Our daughter is 24 years old. She struggled with her health for several years before finally being diagnosed with lupus. I’m reading as much as possible about this disease and have seen a study with a potential cure called CAR T-cell therapy. What is it, and how does it work?
Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month
I’m a 30-year-old man, and I play weekend volleyball. Last month, I jumped to spike the ball and heard a “pop.” There was a lot of pain; it felt like getting kicked in the calf. It was a torn Achilles tendon, and now I’m in a cast and on crutches. How else can this be treated? How long will it take to heal?