Photos depicting the six pillars of lifestyle medicine are pictured. The pillars include social connection, nutrition, stress management, avoidance of risky substances, physical activity and restorative sleep. (Photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Photo illustration by Helen Quach/Design director.)
As a new school year comes around, Bruins begin brainstorming their goals, such as doing better in their classes, making new friends or getting a job.
How many accounts related to UCLA do you follow on social media? Do you ever get recommended UCLA content on TikTok or Instagram?
UCLA runs many social media platforms where students can build community and stay updated on campus happenings.
The transition to college from high school can be a difficult experience for all young adults. Along with challenges such as leaving home for the first time and managing one’s own finances, first-generation students also contend with adjusting to a new way of life without the same experience, guidance and peer network as other Bruins.
Forty years ago, practicing acupuncture was a fourth degree felony in the United States.
However, practices such as acupuncture and other forms of traditional Chinese medicine have existed for about 3,000 years before the United States was even a country.
Many UCLA organizations are finding new ways to combat food insecurity for students as the cost of living and education steadily rises across Los Angeles.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a person is food insecure when their access to nutritious and safe food is limited or uncertain.
When Bruins scan the list of majors offered at UCLA, the possibilities are almost endless. While students are generally free to explore and switch majors across a wide variety of disciplines during their undergraduate years, those intending to become physicians typically pursue a STEM field.
Most graduating students take the last few weeks of spring to take graduation photos, wrap up their classes and spend time with friends.
In addition to these activities, graduating Undergraduate Students Association Council members are in a different period of transition: welcoming incoming staffers and finishing up their last student government duties.
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