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Chicago Tribune
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggestsFor some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery migh
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggests
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
For some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery might potentially do good for both body and mind. Patients seeking and undergoing such weight-loss procedures were more likely to suffer from depression and binge-eating than... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Five Everyday Activities That Hurt Your MemoryYou can’t find your phone. You don’t remember if you answered your client’s ema
Five Everyday Activities That Hurt Your Memory
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 4 days ago
You can’t find your phone. You don’t remember if you answered your client’s email. And you forgot the question you wanted to ask your colleague when you bump into her in the hallway. If you’re feeling a little forgetful lately, it might be due to... Read more
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Science Daily
'BPA-free' plastic accelerates embryonic development, disrupts reproductive systemYet new UCLA research demonstrates that BPS (Bisphenol S), a common replacement
'BPA-free' plastic accelerates embryonic development, disrupts reproductive system
Science Daily / Posted 5 days ago
Yet new UCLA research demonstrates that BPS (Bisphenol S), a common replacement for BPA, speeds up embryonic development and disrupts the reproductive system. Reported in the Feb. 1 edition of the journal Endocrinology, the animal study is the first... Read more
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Newswise
Chemical in “BPA-Free” Plastic Accelerates Embryonic Development, Disrupts Reproductive System in Animals UCLA research suggests common substitute for BPA is not safer Available for l
Chemical in “BPA-Free” Plastic Accelerates Embryonic Development, Disrupts Reproductive System in Animals
Newswise / Posted 5 days ago
UCLA research suggests common substitute for BPA is not safer Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsEndocrinology, Feb. 1,... Read more
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Science Daily
Protein combination improves bone regeneration, study shows: Findings have potential for effective clinical therapeutics to treat bone defects, osteoporosisThe study, led by Dr. Kang Ting, professor and chair of the section of orthodon
Protein combination improves bone regeneration, study shows: Findings have potential for effective clinical therapeutics to treat bone defects, osteoporosis
Science Daily / Posted 8 days ago
The study, led by Dr. Kang Ting, professor and chair of the section of orthodontics at the UCLA School of Dentistry; Dr. Chia Soo, professor of plastic surgery and vice chair for research at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; and Dr. Aaron... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UCLA researchers find protein combination that could improve clinical bone restorationA UCLA research team has found a combination of proteins that could significant
UCLA researchers find protein combination that could improve clinical bone restoration
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
A UCLA research team has found a combination of proteins that could significantly improve clinical bone restoration. The findings may be a big step toward developing effective therapeutic treatments for bone skeletal defects, bone loss and... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Weight-loss surgery may help depressionFor some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery migh
Weight-loss surgery may help depression
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 18 days ago
For some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery might potentially do good for both body and mind. Patients seeking and undergoing such weight-loss procedures were more likely to suffer from depression and binge-eating than... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
UCLA Study: Untapped Region In Brain Cell Offers Goldmine Of Drug Targets For New Autism TreatmentsPosted: Friday, January 15, 2016 – 1:35 PM UCLA scientists have discovered tha
UCLA Study: Untapped Region In Brain Cell Offers Goldmine Of Drug Targets For New Autism Treatments
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 22 days ago
Posted: Friday, January 15, 2016 – 1:35 PM UCLA scientists have discovered that an overlooked region in brain cells houses a motherlode of mutated genes previously tied to autism. Recently published in Neuron, the finding could provide fresh drug... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Free speech, hate speech: Where’s the line at UCLA? | Los AngelesWhere does UCLA draw the line when it comes to speech and conduct protected by
Free speech, hate speech: Where’s the line at UCLA? | Los Angeles
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 24 days ago
Where does UCLA draw the line when it comes to speech and conduct protected by the First Amendment? When are words and actions punishable according to university standards? Those are questions some Jewish and pro-Israel UCLA students and faculty... Read more
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Science Daily
Mental health conditions common among bariatric surgery patientsBariatric surgery is an accepted method of promoting weight loss in severely ob
Mental health conditions common among bariatric surgery patients
Science Daily / Posted 24 days ago
Bariatric surgery is an accepted method of promoting weight loss in severely obese individuals. Mental health conditions may be common among patients seeking bariatric surgery; however, the prevalence of these conditions and whether they are... Read more
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Business Wire
Prolacta Bioscience® Appoints Dr. Victoria Niklas as Chief Medical and Scientific OfficerDr. Niklas has nearly three decades of experience as a clinical investigator an
Prolacta Bioscience® Appoints Dr. Victoria Niklas as Chief Medical and Scientific Officer
Business Wire / Posted 24 days ago
Dr. Niklas has nearly three decades of experience as a clinical investigator and neonatologist integrating basic and translational science in diseases afflicting newborns. She comes to Prolacta after serving as Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggestsFor some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery migh
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggests
The Record Searchlight / Posted 24 days ago
For some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery might potentially do good for both body and mind. Patients seeking and undergoing such weight-loss procedures were more likely to suffer from depression and binge-eating than... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UCLA discovery could lead to new therapies for autismUCLA scientists have discovered that an overlooked region in brain cells houses
UCLA discovery could lead to new therapies for autism
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
UCLA scientists have discovered that an overlooked region in brain cells houses a motherlode of mutated genes previously tied to autism. Recently published in Neuron, the finding could provide fresh drug targets and lead to new therapies for the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggestsFor some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery migh
Weight-loss surgery may reduce depression in some patients, study suggests
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
For some severely obese patients, a new study hints that bariatric surgery might potentially do good for both body and mind. Patients seeking and undergoing such weight-loss procedures were more likely to suffer from depression and binge-eating than... Read more
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Science Daily
Untapped region in brain cell offers goldmine of drug targets for new autism treatments: Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease"Our discovery will shed new light on how genetic mutations lead to autism," sa
Untapped region in brain cell offers goldmine of drug targets for new autism treatments: Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease
Science Daily / Posted 25 days ago
"Our discovery will shed new light on how genetic mutations lead to autism," said principal investigator Dr. Kelsey Martin, interim dean and a professor of biological chemistry at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. "Before we can develop an... Read more
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Newswise
Untapped Region in Brain Cell Offers Goldmine of Drug Targets for New Autism Treatments, UCLA Study Finds Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease Newsw
Untapped Region in Brain Cell Offers Goldmine of Drug Targets for New Autism Treatments, UCLA Study Finds
Newswise / Posted 25 days ago
Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease Newswise — UCLA scientists have discovered that an overlooked region in... Read more
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