trauma

‘I don't want responding to trauma to be a one-off’

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • September 30, 2022

Parents need to first process the event themselves, then initiate the conversation

By Leo Smith • May 25, 2022

Dr. Melissa Brymer reflects back on improvements that have been made since the terrorist attacks 20 years ago

By uclahealth • September 8, 2021

Covid-19 Causing Critical Shortage of Blood Donors

By Elaine Schmidt • March 23, 2020

"Ballistic Missile Threat Inbound To Hawaii. Seek ...

By Leigh Hopper • January 26, 2018

With the holiday toy-shopping frenzy in full swing, chances are there’s a lucky kid or two on your gift list. Of course, you want ...

By uclahealth • December 12, 2016

When wildfires rage, anxiety can rise as ...

By Meg Sullivan • June 21, 2016

  From left to right: Myke Federman, MD, Valencia Walker, MD, Rebecca Wilkinson, Robert Kelly, MD, Karen Miotto, MD, Kanchana ...

By uclahealth • June 21, 2016

August 28, 2006 is a day that my life changed forever. It's a day that I have no recollection of. I only know what occurred by what others have told me and by the pictures and news footage that I have seen.

By uclahealth • December 21, 2015