Sunday, September 24

Christopher Murphy received  medical treatment at UCLA in 2011.

	Courtesy of Christopher Murphy
Christopher Murphy received  medical treatment at UCLA in 2011.

	Courtesy of Christopher Murphy

UCLA astrophysicist Andrea Ghez has become the first woman to win the Crafoord Prize for her work in astronomy. She is shown in front of a photo of the telescope laboratory she works with and is holding a representation of an image she would see through these telescopes.
UCLA astrophysicist Andrea Ghez has become the first woman to win the Crafoord Prize for her work in astronomy. She is shown in front of a photo of the telescope laboratory she works with and is holding a representation of an image she would see through these telescopes.


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Women athletes more prone to ACL injuries

Lauren Carr, a member of UCLA's club soccer team, was playing in her first game of the season when she felt her left knee pop. That pop, as it turned out, was a torn anterior cruciate ligament "“ an injury that can bench an athlete for more than a year, said Dr. Gerald Finerman, a professor of orthopedic surgery at UCLA and director of intercollegiate sports medicine. Read more...

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Couresty of Francesca Capasso
Francesca Capasso and her "angel" Lori Viveros, director of Avon Cares for Life.
Couresty of Francesca Capasso
Francesca Capasso and her "angel" Lori Viveros, director of Avon Cares for Life.

Psychology graduate student and former addict Adi Jaffe created a website with a feature to help addicts find rehabilitation centers that best suit them.
Psychology graduate student and former addict Adi Jaffe created a website with a feature to help addicts find rehabilitation centers that best suit them.


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