A UCLA-led team has discovered that using early-stage stem cells is a key to producing structures that are reliable models of disease.
UCLA study shows anxiety about a current pregnancy predicted shorter gestation times.
Preliminary findings from UCLA’s 2022 California Health Interview Survey also show drop in risk-reduction behaviors.
The Center for Scholars and Storytellers found less than 5% of teens want to see aspirational content in TV or movies.
A molecule found in green tea helped UCLA biochemists discover several molecules that can destroy tau fibers.
When two drugs were delivered in one nanoparticle rather than separately, the treatment worked better in mice.
The project, supported by a $13.6 million grant, will enroll 15,000 health care workers from medical centers across the U.S.
Research led by UCLA links prenatal exposure to specific chemicals to higher rates of eye cancer.
A new study in mice suggests that adding iNKT cells to a stem cell transplant could reduce complication severity.
Luskin School professor Ian Holloway is among researchers working with health officials to develop evidence-based strategies.
With climate change, these dual exposures and related health problems will only increase, say researchers who studied the 2020 fire season.
Leadership provided further clarity on recently modified COVID-19 protocols and how campus is preparing to deal with monkeypox.
By combining two technologies, camera and radar, researchers boosted accuracy across a diverse range of skin tones.
New research looks at the nexus of climate change, sleep and human immunity.
In California, more than half need extra assistance, but 4 in 10 of them aren’t getting it, UCLA research shows.
V. Kelly Turner co-leads UCLA’s Heat Resilient L.A. project, which takes a multi-pronged approach that emphasizes equitable solutions to this dangerous problem.
Using common reagents in heated water, chemists can ‘behead’ and break down PFAS, leaving only harmless compounds behind.
UCLA Health psychologist Robert Bilder says reliance on technology for interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic might have complicated things for children.
UCLA psychologist Martie Haselton and Jaimie Arona Krems, from Oklahoma State University, explain how evolutionary social science influences the debate.
Froines, was a professor emeritus of environmental and occupational health sciences and a renowned member of the “Chicago 7.” He was 83.
Their new devices will enable scientists to observe neuronal activity in freely moving animals at even higher resolutions.
Faculty with the Depression Grand Challenge have created a system for managing mental health that they hope can be scaled and customized.
UCLA infectious disease doctors say that most people who get infected do not require hospitalization and the chance of contracting it remains “very low.”
“It was an incredible span and an incredible career,” said Dr. Ronald Busuttil. “I couldn’t be happier.”
The research, co-authored by UCLA’s Marc Suchard, indicates the pandemic started with two separate jumps from animals to humans.