Psychologist Melissa Brymer recommends clear and detailed communication about changes children can expect in their classrooms and routines.
The money will support programs and research on the impact of COVID-19 among Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, including new research into hate incidents.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research scholars discuss how the Biden administration can use research to improve immigrant health.
UCLA experts say the effort, which includes complying with rules for masking and distancing, will take vigilance on the part of schools, students and families.
UCLA research suggests that officials use other metrics to decide how to allocate COVID-19 support, other resources.
Research brief: Chats on social media can serve as a timely source of data for policymakers aiming to enhance care and outcomes.
Health experts emphasized that vaccines cannot cause a COVID-19 infection, nor alter a recipient’s DNA.
The Center for Neighborhood Knowledge is bolstered by people’s contributions and their commitment to doing good
The Center for LGBTQ Advocacy, Research & Health will conduct interdisciplinary research and collaborate with partners in Los Angeles and beyond.
The two-year online program will be the first of its kind in the University of California system.
Kristen Choi says doctors and nurses should be prepared to discuss side effects with patients and reassure them about the vaccine’s safety.
Researchers found striking differences in Californians’ oral health across income, education, employment, immigration status and other categories.
The association, which is the world’s largest scientific society, honored the UCLA faculty members for their efforts to advance science or its applications.
The new research pinpoints which racial and ethnic populations in which neighborhoods are most at risk of becoming infected.
Researchers tested the approach by designing a computer model based on Sierra Madre, California, a suburb of Pasadena.
The completely voluntary CA COVID Notify program uses smartphone technology to help prevent the spread of the virus.
New data from the California Health Interview Survey also covers health topics related to social media, sexual violence and veterans.
In memoriam: Helene Brown, 91, ‘political oncologist’ who campaigned for cancer research, prevention
Brown, a UCLA alumna and member of UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, died Oct. 4 at her home in Los Angeles.
UCLA Health’s Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice tells us what the public needs to know about casting ballots during COVID-19.
The new platform, called SwabSeq, can pool thousands of individual test samples and return accurate results in less than a day.
Based on research in the California Health Interview Survey, UCLA researchers found the trend was especially pronounced among young adults.
New research shows Californians who are in good health with little mental distress are more likely to consistently vote in local and national elections.
Researchers analyzing medical records detected an unexpected jump in respiratory illnesses at UCLA Health facilities at the end of last year.
The unit “will help us build a safer, cleaner and more equitable city and world,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Q&A with UCLA’s Ninez Ponce and alumna Karla Thomas on how these overlooked communities fight to be seen amid the pandemic.