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News-Medical-Net
Lack of ready financial resources in family affects overall health of childrensuch as a car repair or short-term job loss. Lead author Dr. Adam Schickedanz,
Lack of ready financial resources in family affects overall health of children
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
such as a car repair or short-term job loss. Lead author Dr. Adam Schickedanz, a clinical instructor in pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and a Robert Wood Johnson clinical scholar, said that savings is an aspect of... Read more
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Business Wire
Anthem’s Enhanced Personal Health Care Leads to Fewer Hospitalizations, Shorter StaysA. Skootsky, chief medical officer of the UCLA Faculty Practice Group and Medic
Anthem’s Enhanced Personal Health Care Leads to Fewer Hospitalizations, Shorter Stays
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
A. Skootsky, chief medical officer of the UCLA Faculty Practice Group and Medical Group and a professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. “In turn, this coordinated team approach helps patients avoid hospitalizations and... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussionsaid they don’t oversee health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to a
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussion
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
said they don’t oversee health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to attend the games. Romney Humphries of UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine said athletes competing in outdoor water sports should be fine as long as they take basic... Read more
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The Mercury News
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussionsaid they don't oversee health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to a
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussion
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
said they don't oversee health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to attend the games. Romney Humphries of UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine said athletes competing in outdoor water sports should be fine as long as they take basic... Read more
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The Mercury News
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussionsaid they don't make health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to atte
100 days from Rio Olympics, Zika, dirty water still dominate discussion
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
said they don't make health policy and it is up to the athletes whether to attend the games. Romney Humphries of UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine said athletes competing in outdoor water sports should be fine as long as they take basic... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
UC Davis research finds estrogen helps women’s brain healthstudy was stopped because the increased risks outweighed the benefits, said Row
UC Davis research finds estrogen helps women’s brain health
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
study was stopped because the increased risks outweighed the benefits, said Rowan Chlebowski, professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Chlebowski said women in their 50s using estrogen may see benefits, but such therapy... Read more
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Business Wire
Valley Presbyterian Hospital Celebrates 3rd Annual Celebration of Excellence Event“Physician of the Year” by the Los Angeles County Medical Association. Currentl
Valley Presbyterian Hospital Celebrates 3rd Annual Celebration of Excellence Event
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
“Physician of the Year” by the Los Angeles County Medical Association. Currently a clinical professor of pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, he is founder of the Salimpour Pediatric Medical Group. Wells Fargo & Company is a... Read more
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FOX News
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationstroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discus
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
stroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discussion," said Dr. Gregg C. Fonarow of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, who was not part of the new study. "Discussion and clear documentation of patient... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationstroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discus
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
stroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discussion,” said Dr. Gregg C. Fonarow of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, who was not part of the new study. “Discussion and clear documentation of patient... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationstroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discus
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 days ago
stroke severity, prognosis, and whether protocols are in place to prompt discussion,” said Dr. Gregg C. Fonarow of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, who was not part of the new study. “Discussion and clear documentation of patient... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Expanded Medicaid coverage shows increase in health insurance rates among low-income adultsit will help them understand the impacts of those expansions," said Laura Wherr
Expanded Medicaid coverage shows increase in health insurance rates among low-income adults
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
it will help them understand the impacts of those expansions," said Laura Wherry, assistant professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and the study's lead author. "It is also informative for policymakers and voters who... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Removing immunomodulatory protein improves symptoms of muscular dystrophy in micehighly up-regulated in the muscles of DMD patients. A team of researchers led b
Removing immunomodulatory protein improves symptoms of muscular dystrophy in mice
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
highly up-regulated in the muscles of DMD patients. A team of researchers led by Melissa Spencer and Irina Kramerova at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA previously demonstrated that removing osteopontin from mdx mice, which have DMD-like... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
States' expansion of Medicaid tied to better care for low-income adultsinsurance program. "It looks like there is better medical care for these adult
States' expansion of Medicaid tied to better care for low-income adults
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
insurance program. "It looks like there is better medical care for these adults," said lead author Laura Wherry, of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. A key provision of the Affordable Care Act... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UCLA interdisciplinary teams join hands to improve quality, reliability of new health care technologiesThe David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the UCLA Henry Samueli School o
UCLA interdisciplinary teams join hands to improve quality, reliability of new health care technologies
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have formed a new center whose mission is to improve the quality and reliability of new health care technologies, reduce the length and... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 18 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
Detroit Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 19 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 19 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 19 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Study: Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 19 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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USA Today
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielse
Zika may affect babies even in later stages of pregnancy
USA Today / Posted 19 days ago
"it's like you're seeing the same story over and over again," said Karin Nielsen, a professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a coauthor of the March paper. The picture of birth defects linked to Zika "is very... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Surgery better than widely used drugs for treating hyperparathyroidismrates of mortality, disability and loss of independence," said Yeh, who also is
Surgery better than widely used drugs for treating hyperparathyroidism
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
rates of mortality, disability and loss of independence," said Yeh, who also is the chief of endocrine surgery at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. "Before this study, there was no data that compared parathyroid surgery with prescribing... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Society of Interventional Radiology honors outstanding achievers with annual awardsConstantin Cope Medical Student Research Award: Alexander Pasciak, Johns Hopkin
Society of Interventional Radiology honors outstanding achievers with annual awards
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
Constantin Cope Medical Student Research Award: Alexander Pasciak, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore; Megan Sue, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles; Richard Boyer, Vanderbilt University, Nashville; and Tianshen Hu,... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) linked to diversity of viruses and gut bacteriathe gut microbiome A new inflammatory bowel disease treatment is targeting the
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) linked to diversity of viruses and gut bacteria
Bel Marra Health / Posted 28 days ago
the gut microbiome A new inflammatory bowel disease treatment is targeting the gut microbiome. Dr. Jonathan Braun of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA said, “This research is beginning to tell us about how some ‘bad’ bacteria are... Read more
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FOX News
Finding LGBT-competent doctors may be difficultto identify providers that can provide competent healthcare,” said Dr. Allison
Finding LGBT-competent doctors may be difficult
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
to identify providers that can provide competent healthcare,” said Dr. Allison Diamant, the study’s senior author from the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. LGBT people suffer from the same conditions as... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Beverly Hills News – Arline, Henry Gluck Make Major Donation To UCLA Stroke Rescue Programwill also establish the UCLA Arline and Henry Gluck Stroke Rescue Program in th
Beverly Hills News – Arline, Henry Gluck Make Major Donation To UCLA Stroke Rescue Program
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 29 days ago
will also establish the UCLA Arline and Henry Gluck Stroke Rescue Program in the Department of Neurology at the UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine. For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Are you getting enough vitamin B12?up to the hype. "B12 is essential for everyone," says Dr. Zhaoping Li, directo
Are you getting enough vitamin B12?
Sun-Sentinel / Posted a month ago
up to the hype. "B12 is essential for everyone," says Dr. Zhaoping Li, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The National Institutes of Health says B12 helps keep nerve and blood cells healthy... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Are you getting enough vitamin B12?up to the hype: "B12 is essential for everyone," says Dr. Zhaoping Li, directo
Are you getting enough vitamin B12?
Los Angeles Times / Posted a month ago
up to the hype: "B12 is essential for everyone," says Dr. Zhaoping Li, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The National Institutes of Health says B12 helps keep nerve and blood cells healthy... Read more
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FOX News
New range of serious fetal abnormalities linked to Zikaadverse pregnancy outcomes, which haven't been documented before," said Nielsen
New range of serious fetal abnormalities linked to Zika
FOX News / Posted 1 months ago
adverse pregnancy outcomes, which haven't been documented before," said Nielsen, professor of clinical pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. "Even if the fetus isn't affected, the virus appears to damage the placenta, which... Read more
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