Blood transfusions are an essential component of modern medicine. Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion, and the importance of this life saving procedure has touched the lives of several members of the UCLA community.
As one of the largest and most ethnically diverse states in the country, California foods reflect the cross-cultural influence of its inhabitants. Yet, very few actually know what constitutes “California” food culture; the local, regional, national, and economic interests that underlie food economies make defining a food culture difficult and highly contested.
The study of disease development and its underlying mechanisms have become an increasingly important aspect of scientific research. As scientists and medical professionals continue to explore the disease-causing effects of mutations, finding avenues for proper therapeutic intervention is critical to the future of disease treatment.
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After COP26, environmental issues are firmly back on the agenda. It is now clearer than ever that we need to act collectively to rescue the planet from dangerous ecological catastrophes in the decades to come.
As the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans are faced with a new challenge — a critical blood shortage.
A rise in the number of trauma cases, organ transplants, and elective surgeries requiring blood products over recent months has depleted the nation’s supply of blood.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of our lives, including the way in which we approach learning. Our reliance on computational technologies and digital devices have expanded significantly, thus drawing more awareness towards the societal implications of computing in the post-pandemic world.
Social justice and sustainable development are two terms that have come to define the longstanding concerns of achieving sustainability, justice, and equity in communities worldwide. Anthropological study allows for the opportunity to examine development at the global level and understand how cultural knowledge and the complexities of everyday life illuminate these critical issues.
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