The country’s Latino GDP surpassed $3 trillion for the first time in 2021, a new report by UCLA researchers and colleagues shows.
Economic stressors and child care shortages coincided with decreased parental involvement behaviors, according to a UCLA study.
For married Black and Latino couples, interactions with friends, family and colleagues shrank even more drastically at the pandemic’s outset and recovered more slowly.
The graduating psychology student has been honored with a Dean’s Prize for Excellence in Research and Creativity.
Brandon Tsai’s research focuses on next-generation COVID-19 vaccines.
New UCLA-led findings could help officials tailor health and safety policies to appeal to populations with a variety of social views.
The findings suggest that efforts to encourage vaccination might do well to take advantage of positive feelings between different social groups.
Except among its oldest citizens, the U.S. has higher death rates in all age groups than five high-income European nations.
In a UCLA Center for Health Policy Research survey, one-third of those with housing affordability issues said they put off medical care in 2021.
Psychologist Patricia Greenfield will shed light on our cultural and behavioral reactions to the pandemic at her Faculty Research Lecture on Feb. 15.
Data from the UCLA California Health Interview Survey also reveals the pandemic’s impact on social lives and personal relationships.
A study by researchers from UCLA, USC and Los Angeles County, suggests that the likely cause is the vulnerability brought on by accelerated aging.
A UCLA professor explains that pandemic-related stress might be slowing people’s recovery from other diseases.
In a UCLA study, Californians reported struggles with employment, finances and child care during the pandemic.
Research brief: In a lab study, a UCLA-led team found that verteporfin stopped the replication of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Past injustices like the Tuskegee Syphilis Study are less likely to spark mistrust than poor interactions with physicians, UCLA psychologists say.
Preliminary findings from UCLA’s 2022 California Health Interview Survey also show drop in risk-reduction behaviors.
Inflation, rising interest rates and declining real wages are among the factors limiting growth, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast.
The project, supported by a $13.6 million grant, will enroll 15,000 health care workers from medical centers across the U.S.
A UCLA report looks at why Latinas left their jobs in large numbers during the pandemic and strategies for bringing them back into the workforce.
Leadership provided further clarity on recently modified COVID-19 protocols and how campus is preparing to deal with monkeypox.
New research looks at the nexus of climate change, sleep and human immunity.
UCLA Health psychologist Robert Bilder says reliance on technology for interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic might have complicated things for children.
The research, co-authored by UCLA’s Marc Suchard, indicates the pandemic started with two separate jumps from animals to humans.
The findings are another troubling sign of the pandemic’s uneven impact across different communities.