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2015/07/30 05:08
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Two decades ago, the Brain Trauma Foundation published its first set of guidelines for treating traumatic brain injury. Now, a study by the Los Angeles County Trauma Consortium -- which includes...
2015/07/30 05:08
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2015/07/29 17:39
2015/07/29 17:39
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Courtesy Photo At the dedication ceremony led by the Rev. Karen Schnell, director of spiritual care at UCLA Health, a plaque was unveiled by Richard Azar, executive director of general services at...
2015/07/28 21:40
2015/07/28 21:40
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Posted: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 – 1:45 PM Last summer, after a career as an entrepreneur and a brief retirement, Richard Whitaker was helping start another new company. But a serious health concern...
2015/07/25 11:08
2015/07/25 11:08
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Two years ago, Rachel Greenberg went out to run a few errands. While she was gone, her husband Glenn suffered a massive brain hemorrhage. He was immediately taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center...
2015/07/24 23:37
2015/07/24 23:37
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Posted: Friday, July 24, 2015 – 4:21 PM UCLA Health’s hospitals in Westwood and Santa Monica have been named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-2016 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. UCLA, which previously...
2015/07/22 15:34
2015/07/22 15:34
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July 21, 2015Diabetes drugs could treat prostate and pancreatic cancers by Chuck Bednar Drugs currently used to treat diabetes could also be effective against some types of cancer by preventing the...
2015/07/21 18:45
2015/07/21 18:45
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Want to lose weight, but don't know where to start? A free online calorie calculator -- the Body Weight Planner -- is now available to the public after several years as a research tool for scientists...
2015/07/15 11:08
2015/07/15 11:08
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Why do some youngsters bounce back quickly from a traumatic brain injury, while others suffer devastating side effects for years? New UCLA/USC research suggests that damage to the fatty sheaths...
2015/07/10 05:27
2015/07/10 05:27
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Racial minorities may be more likely to forego colon cancer screening than whites because their healthcare providers don’t recommend the potentially life-saving tests, a new study in California...
2015/07/08 14:08
2015/07/08 14:08
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Not everyone understands what “hypertension” means, and as a result, some patients may not take their blood pressure medications as directed or manage lifestyle factors effectively, a new paper...
2015/07/08 13:08
2015/07/08 13:08
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The Affordable Care Act created several national initiatives aimed at reducing hospital readmission rates for heart attacks, congestive heart failure and other common high-risk conditions. But there...
2015/07/02 09:08
2015/07/02 09:08
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In the first study of its kind, UCLA and United Kingdom researchers found that neurons in a specific brain region play a key role in rapidly forming memories about every day events, a finding that may...
2015/07/02 08:08
2015/07/02 08:08
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Last summer, after a long career as a successful entrepreneur and a brief retirement, Richard Whitaker was helping to start another new company. Unfortunately, a serious health concern caused a couple...
2015/06/26 22:18
2015/06/26 22:18
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Vitamin B12 causes a normal skin bacteria to produce pimple-promoting chemicals. Both people with clear skin and those with acne have Propionibacterium acnes living on their skin. But bacteria from...
2015/07/30 05:08
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