Each year millions of patients check into hospitals for treatment and instead get a completely different medical condition than they came in with ““ a hospital-acquired infection.
For UCLA premedical students, months of studying and the five-and-a-half-hour-long exam could determine whether or not they can pursue careers as medical doctors.
All University of California facilities will be required to go tobacco-free beginning in 2014, according to a letter UC President Mark Yudof sent to UC chancellors on Monday.
The newly announced ban extends to the sale and advertisement of tobacco on campus.
Tobacco companies have deliberately ignored startling tobacco cancer risks since 1959, according to newly released internal documents, UCLA researchers say.
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