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UCLA researchers discovered a potential biological link between childhood hardship and increased stress and negative mood in adulthood, according to a study published in May.
This post was updated May 19 at 10:11 p.m.
UCLA researchers have discovered a possible link between gratitude and lower levels of inflammation.
According to the study published in April, feelings of thankfulness may reduce inflammation and improve overall health by turning down brain activity associated with the biological stress response.
UCLA performed poorly in 2020 for the equitability of its biomedical research, a nationwide student-led organization found.
The Universities Allied for Essential Medicines, an organization devoted to the accessibility of medication, gave UCLA a D- overall score.
This post was updated Feb. 16 at 6:06 p.m.
A group of UCLA researchers became the first team to use ultrasonic technologies to improve the consciousness of patients in disordered conscious states.
The center of the Milky Way formed quicker than previously thought, a UCLA researcher found.
Astronomers previously thought the center of the Milky Way galaxy was formed in several bursts over the course of several billion years, said Michael Rich, an adjunct astronomy professor at UCLA.
Two UCLA doctors discuss wide-ranging topics like high-heeled shoes, COVID-19 antibody tests and hoarding disorder in their medical advice column.
Elizabeth Ko and Eve Glazier co-author a column called “Ask the Doctors,” where they have answered inquiries from the community on health topics for nearly four years.
Researchers can study the function of mitochondria in live tumor cells to predict potential treatments for lung tumors.
David Shackelford, an associate professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Dr.
Four UCLA students won $25,000 for creating a mobile application designed to assist emergency responders during natural disasters.
The application, Rove, was the second runner-up for the Call for Code 2019 Global Challenge, an annual international competition that calls on developers to build applications for humanitarian causes.
A UCLA study found that psychiatric patients respond positively to the therapeutic effects of gardening.
Gardening proved to have significant effects on patients undergoing treatment in a psychiatric setting at UCLA’s Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, according to a study published in fall.
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