The UCLA School of Nursing research shows that underhydration and dehydration are likely to be under-recognized and could bring health problems ranging from urinary tract infections to frequent falls.
The research, conducted at the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program, also shows that the program was cost-neutral after accounting for its costs.
The research showed that a single session of hookah smoking increased heart rate and blood pressure; and significantly increased measures of arterial stiffness, a key risk factor in heart attack or stroke.
A UCLA study reveals why the story of ‘Catalina’ was dynamic, engaging, culturally appropriate and relatable to the women.
UCLA research provides critical knowledge for medicinal chemists to begin designing new drugs based on cambinol that are more potent than the molecule itself.
The $2 million gift augments the Shapiro Family Foundation’s previous giving to the school, which created a scholarship and established an endowment to fund programs in disability studies.
The study appears to be the first to underscore significant clinical differences between men and women with the condition, and points to the need for different treatment approaches to address these varied symptoms.
A UCLA Nursing study found that combining education and entertainment helped encourage patients to seek therapy.
UCLA School of Nursing researchers found that people with a certain genetic variation who took donepezil for the condition had a faster cognitive decline than those who took a placebo.
Using the technology could improve nursing education by reducing the role of subjective assessments and by providing more consistent evaluations.
UCLA study shows men and women had opposite responses in a part of the brain related to emotions and blood pressure control during blood pressure trials.
Grassroots outreach efforts are cited for participation in signing end-of-life documents, but there is room for improvement, a UCLA-led study finds.
The recognition “reflects our commitment to delivering the highest quality of care to this community,” said Karen Grimley, UCLA Health’s chief nurse executive.
People with obstructive sleep apnea show significant changes in the levels of two neurotransmitters, which could explain some of the symptoms that affect patients’ daily lives.
The study is the first to look at disease progression in the synapses, where brain cells transmit impulses.
The creation of China’s first long-distance, web-based smoking cessation program, encouraged more nurses to get involved with helping patients quit smoking.
The voluntary credentialing program for hospitals recognizes excellence in professional nursing practice.
The money will fund a new collaboration among primary care clinics, community-based organizations and educational institutions throughout Riverside County.
The moon does not influence the timing of human births or hospital admissions, a new UCLA study finds, confirming what scientists have known for decades.
The new program will provide opportunities for nurses and physicians to serve as full partners in health care redesign, improvement and research.
Researchers at the UCLA School of Nursing have found that people suffering from sleep apnea have weaker brain blood flow that can lead to brain damage.
A UCLA School of Nursing study found that young adults believe that hookah smoking is not harmful to their health, despite warnings from the CDC that it's just as dangerous as cigarettes.
Sarna, who holds the Lulu Wolf Hassenplug Chair, will serve a one-year term while Dean Courtney Lyder is on leave.