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A Guide for First-Time Flyers: What To Expect and How To Prepare

A Guide for First-Time Flyers: What To Expect and How To Prepare

A Guide for First-Time Flyers: What To Expect and How To Prepare
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Study In Mice Shows How Chronic Caffeine Consumption Alters Sleep Pattern And Blood Flow

Study In Mice Shows How Chronic Caffeine Consumption Alters Sleep Pattern And Blood Flow

Study In Mice Shows How Chronic Caffeine Consumption Alters Sleep Pattern And Blood Flow
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Living In a Disadvantaged Neighborhood Affects Food Choices, Weight Gain And the Microstructure Of the Brain

Living In a Disadvantaged Neighborhood Affects Food Choices, Weight Gain And the Microstructure Of the Brain

Living In a Disadvantaged Neighborhood Affects Food Choices, Weight Gain And the Microstructure Of the Brain
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Study Could Help Explain Why Certain Brain Tumors Don’t Respond Well To Immunotherapy

Study Could Help Explain Why Certain Brain Tumors Don’t Respond Well To Immunotherapy

Study Could Help Explain Why Certain Brain Tumors Don’t Respond Well To Immunotherapy
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FDA Approvals May Move UCLA Brain Cancer and Alzheimer’s Treatments From Bench to Bedside

FDA Approvals May Move UCLA Brain Cancer and Alzheimer’s Treatments From Bench to Bedside

FDA Approvals May Move UCLA Brain Cancer and Alzheimer's Treatments From Bench to Bedside
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New Drug Delays Progression of Glioma, a Deadly Brain Cancer

New Drug Delays Progression of Glioma, a Deadly Brain Cancer

New Drug Delays Progression of Glioma, a Deadly Brain Cancer
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Deep-Brain Stimulation During Sleep Strengthens Memory

Deep-Brain Stimulation During Sleep Strengthens Memory

Deep-Brain Stimulation During Sleep Strengthens Memory
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Ketamine Beats Shock Therapy in Easing Tough-to-Treat Depression

Ketamine Beats Shock Therapy in Easing Tough-to-Treat Depression

Ketamine Beats Shock Therapy in Easing Tough-to-Treat Depression
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A Metabolic Process In Cancer Cells Could Unlock A Possible Treatment for Glioblastoma

A Metabolic Process In Cancer Cells Could Unlock A Possible Treatment for Glioblastoma

A Metabolic Process In Cancer Cells Could Unlock A Possible Treatment for Glioblastoma
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The Unexpected Force That May Make Us Get Less Sleep

The Unexpected Force That May Make Us Get Less Sleep

The Unexpected Force That May Make Us Get Less Sleep
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Want To Understand Your Adolescent? Get To Know Their Brain

Want To Understand Your Adolescent? Get To Know Their Brain

Want To Understand Your Adolescent? Get To Know Their Brain
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Smoking Cannabis Doesn’t Carry Same Risks As Tobacco, UCLA Study Finds

Smoking Cannabis Doesn’t Carry Same Risks As Tobacco, UCLA Study Finds

Smoking Cannabis Doesn't Carry Same Risks As Tobacco, UCLA Study Finds
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UCLA Researchers Awarded Grant from National Center Institute

UCLA Researchers Awarded Grant from National Center Institute

UCLA Researchers Awarded Grant from National Center Institute
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ASCO: Targeted Therapy for Early Breast Cancer, Progress Treating Recurrent Glioma, PSMA PET Scan Advances and More

ASCO: Targeted Therapy for Early Breast Cancer, Progress Treating Recurrent Glioma, PSMA PET Scan Advances and More

ASCO: Targeted Therapy for Early Breast Cancer, Progress Treating Recurrent Glioma, PSMA PET Scan Advances and More
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Researchers Identify 10 Pesticides Toxic to Neurons Involved In Parkinson’s

Researchers Identify 10 Pesticides Toxic to Neurons Involved In Parkinson’s

Researchers Identify 10 Pesticides Toxic to Neurons Involved In Parkinson's
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New Alzheimer’s Drug Raise Hopes and a Big Question: Who’ll Pay For Them?

New Alzheimer’s Drug Raise Hopes and a Big Question: Who’ll Pay For Them?

New Alzheimer's Drug Raise Hopes and a Big Question: Who'll Pay For Them?
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Menopause Therapy: Brain-Based Treatment for Hot Flushes Approved by FDA

Menopause Therapy: Brain-Based Treatment for Hot Flushes Approved by FDA

Menopause Therapy: Brain-Based Treatment for Hot Flushes Approved by FDA
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How to Talk to Someone You’re Newly Dating About Your Bipolar I Diagnosis

How to Talk to Someone You’re Newly Dating About Your Bipolar I Diagnosis

How to Talk to Someone You're Newly Dating About Your Bipolar I Diagnosis
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Taking a Brain-Health Approach to Addiction Treatment

Taking a Brain-Health Approach to Addiction Treatment

Taking a Brain-Health Approach to Addiction Treatment

Timothy Fong, M.D.

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UCLA Receives $9.5M for Wide-Ranging Cannabis Research

UCLA Receives $9.5M for Wide-Ranging Cannabis Research

UCLA Receives $9.5M for Wide-Ranging Cannabis Research

Ziva Cooper, Ph.D.

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UCLA Health Seeks Participants For First-of-its-kind Study Using Injectable Buprenorphine To Treat Methamphetamine Use Disorder and Opioid Co-use

UCLA Health Seeks Participants For First-of-its-kind Study Using Injectable Buprenorphine To Treat Methamphetamine Use Disorder and Opioid Co-use

UCLA Health Seeks Participants For First-of-its-kind Study Using Injectable Buprenorphine To Treat Methamphetamine Use Disorder and Opioid Co-use
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Men and Women Have Different Obesity Drivers, Pointing To the Need For Tailored Interventions

Men and Women Have Different Obesity Drivers, Pointing To the Need For Tailored Interventions

Men and Women Have Different Obesity Drivers, Pointing To the Need For Tailored Interventions

Arpana Gupta, Ph.D.

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The Brain’s Support Cells May Play a Key Role In OCD

The Brain’s Support Cells May Play a Key Role In OCD

The Brain’s Support Cells May Play a Key Role In OCD

Baljit Khakh, Ph.D.

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A Career Defining Discovery

A Career Defining Discovery

A Career Defining Discovery

Gina Poe, Ph.D.

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Migraines and Cluster Headaches are Linked to the Body’s Internal Clock, Research Finds

Migraines and Cluster Headaches are Linked to the Body’s Internal Clock, Research Finds

Migraines and Cluster Headaches are Linked to the Body's Internal Clock, Research Finds
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Biogen Must Prove Tofersen in Genetically Defined ALS, Establish New Surrogate Endpoint

Biogen Must Prove Tofersen in Genetically Defined ALS, Establish New Surrogate Endpoint

Biogen Must Prove Tofersen in Genetically Defined ALS, Establish New Surrogate Endpoint
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UCLA Scientists Receive $5.7 million in CIRM Grants To Advance Stem Cell-based Technologies For Treating Cancer, Infertility, Intellectual Disability Syndromes and Cystic Fibrosis

UCLA Scientists Receive $5.7 million in CIRM Grants To Advance Stem Cell-based Technologies For Treating Cancer, Infertility, Intellectual Disability Syndromes and Cystic Fibrosis

UCLA Scientists Receive $5.7 million in CIRM Grants To Advance Stem Cell-based Technologies For Treating Cancer, Infertility, Intellectual Disability Syndromes and Cystic Fibrosis

Kathrin Plath, Ph.D.

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Early Study Shows Cones in Retinal Degeneration, Thought To Be Dormant, May Retain Visual Function

Early Study Shows Cones in Retinal Degeneration, Thought To Be Dormant, May Retain Visual Function

Early Study Shows Cones in Retinal Degeneration, Thought To Be Dormant, May Retain Visual Function
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Marijuana Has Special Risks for Older People

Marijuana Has Special Risks for Older People

Marijuana Has Special Risks for Older People

Ziva Cooper, Ph.D.

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Longevity, Cardiovascular Durability Improve With Just 1 Or 2 Walks Per Week

Longevity, Cardiovascular Durability Improve With Just 1 Or 2 Walks Per Week

Longevity, Cardiovascular Durability Improve With Just 1 Or 2 Walks Per Week

Beate Ritz, M.D., Ph.D.

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Higher Lithium Levels In Drinking Water May Raise Autism Risk

Higher Lithium Levels In Drinking Water May Raise Autism Risk

Higher Lithium Levels In Drinking Water May Raise Autism Risk

Beate Ritz, M.D., Ph.D.

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It’s Time To Rethink the Narrative Behind “Mommy Brain,” Scientists Say

It’s Time To Rethink the Narrative Behind “Mommy Brain,” Scientists Say

It's Time To Rethink the Narrative Behind "Mommy Brain," Scientists Say
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Michael Fanselow Honored By American Psychological Association For Research On Fear

Michael Fanselow Honored By American Psychological Association For Research On Fear

Michael Fanselow Honored By American Psychological Association For Research On Fear
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Wearable Device Records, Stimulates Single Neurons In People On the Go

Wearable Device Records, Stimulates Single Neurons In People On the Go

Wearable Device Records, Stimulates Single Neurons In People On the Go
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Researchers Identify Biomarker For Diagnosis Vascular Dementia

Researchers Identify Biomarker For Diagnosis Vascular Dementia

Researchers Identify Biomarker For Diagnosis Vascular Dementia

Jason Hinman, Ph.D.. M.D.

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After Years Of Depression, Gentle Electromagnetic Stimulation Of the Brain May Provide Relief

After Years Of Depression, Gentle Electromagnetic Stimulation Of the Brain May Provide Relief

After Years Of Depression, Gentle Electromagnetic Stimulation Of the Brain May Provide Relief
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Too Little Sleep Could Make Vaccination Less Effective

Too Little Sleep Could Make Vaccination Less Effective

Too Little Sleep Could Make Vaccination Less Effective
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Gaining a Clearer Picture Of How Injury, Illness Reshape the Brain

Gaining a Clearer Picture Of How Injury, Illness Reshape the Brain

Gaining a Clearer Picture Of How Injury, Illness Reshape the Brain
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Mysterious Brain Activity in Mice Watching a Movie Could Help Tackle Alzheimer’s, Improve AI

Mysterious Brain Activity in Mice Watching a Movie Could Help Tackle Alzheimer’s, Improve AI

Mysterious Brain Activity in Mice Watching a Movie Could Help Tackle Alzheimer's, Improve AI

Mayank Mehta, Ph.D.

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How UCLA Neurosurgeons Are Transforming Spine Care

How UCLA Neurosurgeons Are Transforming Spine Care

How UCLA Neurosurgeons Are Transforming Spine Care

Daniel C. Lu, M.D., Ph.D.

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Finding A Way To Halt Memory Loss

Finding A Way To Halt Memory Loss

Finding A Way To Halt Memory Loss

Itzhak Fried, M.D., Ph.D.

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Decades After Residency, Two UCLA Neurosurgeons Reflect On How Things Have Changed for Women and People of color

Decades After Residency, Two UCLA Neurosurgeons Reflect On How Things Have Changed for Women and People of color

Decades After Residency, Two UCLA Neurosurgeons Reflect On How Things Have Changed for Women and People of color

Linda Liau, M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A.

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Biomarker Helps Diagnose Vascular Dementia

Biomarker Helps Diagnose Vascular Dementia

Biomarker Helps Diagnose Vascular Dementia

Jason Hinman, M.D., Ph.D.

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Helping Stroke Patients Regain Movement In Their Hands

Helping Stroke Patients Regain Movement In Their Hands

Helping Stroke Patients Regain Movement In Their Hands

Daniel Lu, M.D., Ph.D.

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Aparna Bhaduri Receives Cancer Development Award For Brain Cancer Research

Aparna Bhaduri Receives Cancer Development Award For Brain Cancer Research

Aparna Bhaduri Receives Cancer Development Award For Brain Cancer Research
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Making Lab-Grown Brain Organoids ‘Brainier’

Making Lab-Grown Brain Organoids ‘Brainier’

Making Lab-Grown Brain Organoids 'Brainier'
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UCLA Researchers Offer Roadmap For Identifying New Neuroprotective Treatments By Leveraging Sex Differences

UCLA Researchers Offer Roadmap For Identifying New Neuroprotective Treatments By Leveraging Sex Differences

UCLA Researchers Offer Roadmap For Identifying New Neuroprotective Treatments By Leveraging Sex Differences
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Brain Changes in Autism Are Far more Sweeping Than Previously Known, UCLA-led Study Finds

Brain Changes in Autism Are Far more Sweeping Than Previously Known, UCLA-led Study Finds

Brain Changes in Autism Are Far more Sweeping Than Previously Known, UCLA-led Study Finds

Daniel H. Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D.

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UCLA Researchers Identify a Gene As a Potential Target In Treatment-Resistant Brain Cancer Glioblastoma Multiforme

UCLA Researchers Identify a Gene As a Potential Target In Treatment-Resistant Brain Cancer Glioblastoma Multiforme

UCLA Researchers Identify a Gene As a Potential Target In Treatment-Resistant Brain Cancer Glioblastoma Multiforme

Harley I. Kornblum, M.D., Ph.D.

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Study Identifies New Dementia Risk Genes Through Novel Testing Approach

Study Identifies New Dementia Risk Genes Through Novel Testing Approach

Study Identifies New Dementia Risk Genes Through Novel Testing Approach

Daniel H. Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D.

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Even In Sleep, Your Brain’s Neurons Are Humming Along to Mozart

Even In Sleep, Your Brain’s Neurons Are Humming Along to Mozart

Even In Sleep, Your Brain’s Neurons Are Humming Along to Mozart

Itzhak Fried, M.D., Ph.D.

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Pathway Deep In the Brain Makes It Resilient After Injury

Pathway Deep In the Brain Makes It Resilient After Injury

Pathway Deep In the Brain Makes It Resilient After Injury
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UCLA Study Identifies How the Brain Links Memories

UCLA Study Identifies How the Brain Links Memories

UCLA Study Identifies How the Brain Links Memories
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Study: Autism Alters Brain More Broadly Than Previously Thought

Study: Autism Alters Brain More Broadly Than Previously Thought

Study: Autism Alters Brain More Broadly Than Previously Thought

Daniel Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D.

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Sleeping in a room even a little bit of light can hurt a person’s health, study shows

Sleeping in a room even a little bit of light can hurt a person's health, study shows
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Bob Saget’s death calls attention to head injuries. What should you look out for?

Bob Saget’s death calls attention to head injuries. What should you look out for?

Bob Saget’s death calls attention to head injuries. What should you look out for?
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The End of Alzheimer’s: How new treatments might rewrite “the long goodbye”

The End of Alzheimer’s: How new treatments might rewrite “the long goodbye”

The End of Alzheimer's: How new treatments might rewrite "the long goodbye"
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Paralyzed patients walking in minutes: New electrode device a step forward in spinal injury care

Paralyzed patients walking in minutes: New electrode device a step forward in spinal injury care

Paralyzed patients walking in minutes: New electrode device a step forward in spinal injury care

Daniel Lu, M.D., Ph.D.

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The Akin lab identifies neurons which coordinate activity across the developing brain

The Akin lab identifies neurons which coordinate activity across the developing brain

The Akin lab identifies neurons which coordinate activity across the developing brain

Orkun Akin, Ph.D.

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‘Feel Good’ Hormone Won’t Help Ease Kids’ Autism, Study Finds

‘Feel Good’ Hormone Won’t Help Ease Kids’ Autism, Study Finds

'Feel Good' Hormone Won't Help Ease Kids' Autism, Study Finds

Daniel Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D.

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Cannabis: Discovering its effects on the body and brain

Cannabis: Discovering its effects on the body and brain

Cannabis: Discovering its effects on the body and brain

Dr. Ziva Cooper is interviewed on Nova about the effects of cannabis on the brain.

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UCLA-Led Group Receives $10M Grant for Study of Concussions in Children

UCLA-Led Group Receives $10M Grant for Study of Concussions in Children

UCLA-Led Group Receives $10M Grant for Study of Concussions in Children

Dr. Christopher Giza leads a new multi-institution NIH study on concussions in children.

 

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Stronger Together

Stronger Together

Stronger Together

Dr. Stephanie Correa and graduate student Norma Sandoval discuss research, mentoring and collaborations.

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Deep brain stimulation may ease opioid addiction when other treatments fail

Deep brain stimulation may ease opioid addiction when other treatments fail

Deep brain stimulation may ease opioid addiction when other treatments fail

Dr. Ausaf Bari comments on novel DBS treatment

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10 Common Depression Symptoms

10 Common Depression Symptoms

10 Common Depression Symptoms

Andrew Leuchter comments on signs of depression”

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Navigating social knowledge

Navigating social knowledge

Navigating social knowledge

Meng Du and Carolyn Parkinson discuss new research on social decision making”

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Identification of neural oscillations and epileptiform changes in human brain organoids

Identification of neural oscillations and epileptiform changes in human brain organoids

Identification of neural oscillations and epileptiform changes in human brain organoids
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Can Aiming for Gold Be a Mental Health Hazard?

Can Aiming for Gold Be a Mental Health Hazard?

Can Aiming for Gold Be a Mental Health Hazard?
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The Challenges of Bipolar Disorder in Young People

The Challenges of Bipolar Disorder in Young People

The Challenges of Bipolar Disorder in Young People
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Column: Thanks to the pandemic, we now also have ‘an epidemic of sleep deprivation’

Column: Thanks to the pandemic, we now also have ‘an epidemic of sleep deprivation’

Column: Thanks to the pandemic, we now also have ‘an epidemic of sleep deprivation’
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How VR could make you smarter

How VR could make you smarter

How VR could make you smarter
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Virtual reality boosts brain rhythms crucial for neuroplasticity, learning and memory

Virtual reality boosts brain rhythms crucial for neuroplasticity, learning and memory

Virtual reality boosts brain rhythms crucial for neuroplasticity, learning and memory
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Neuroscientist Adriana Galván named dean of undergraduate education

Neuroscientist Adriana Galván named dean of undergraduate education

Neuroscientist Adriana Galván named dean of undergraduate education
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How do brain cells compensate for damage from a stroke?

How do brain cells compensate for damage from a stroke?

How do brain cells compensate for damage from a stroke?
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High Time: Alyson Martin And Nushin Rashidian On The Move Toward Legalizing Cannabis

High Time: Alyson Martin And Nushin Rashidian On The Move Toward Legalizing Cannabis

High Time: Alyson Martin And Nushin Rashidian On The Move Toward Legalizing Cannabis
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Differences in human, mouse brain cells have important implications for disease research

Differences in human, mouse brain cells have important implications for disease research

Differences in human, mouse brain cells have important implications for disease research
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Medication may help heavy-drinking smokers improve their health

Medication may help heavy-drinking smokers improve their health

Medication may help heavy-drinking smokers improve their health
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UCLA Health researchers identify a new type of drug as a potential treatment for Parkinson’s disease

UCLA Health researchers identify a new type of drug as a potential treatment for Parkinson’s disease

UCLA Health researchers identify a new type of drug as a potential treatment for Parkinson’s disease
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Fixing Medical Devices That Are Biased against Race or Gender

Fixing Medical Devices That Are Biased against Race or Gender

Fixing Medical Devices That Are Biased against Race or Gender
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New blood test reads messages from the brain

New blood test reads messages from the brain

New blood test reads messages from the brain
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Brain structures grow differently in boys, men with autism

Brain structures grow differently in boys, men with autism

Brain structures grow differently in boys, men with autism
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Why Scientists Are Studying the Genetic Tricks of the Longest-Lived Animals

Why Scientists Are Studying the Genetic Tricks of the Longest-Lived Animals

Why Scientists Are Studying the Genetic Tricks of the Longest-Lived Animals
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Online Therapy Works for Kids Battling Social Anxiety

Online Therapy Works for Kids Battling Social Anxiety

Online Therapy Works for Kids Battling Social Anxiety
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Your Health: Tracking the Brain

Your Health: Tracking the Brain

Your Health: Tracking the Brain
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Heavy Marijuana use During Pregnancy Linked to Premature Birth, Early Infant Death

Heavy Marijuana use During Pregnancy Linked to Premature Birth, Early Infant Death

Heavy Marijuana use During Pregnancy Linked to Premature Birth, Early Infant Death
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How brains navigate physical space

How brains navigate physical space

How brains navigate physical space
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It’s Easy (and Legal) to Bet on Sports. Do Young Adults Know the Risks?

It’s Easy (and Legal) to Bet on Sports. Do Young Adults Know the Risks?

It's Easy (and Legal) to Bet on Sports. Do Young Adults Know the Risks?
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What quitting weed does to your body

What quitting weed does to your body

What quitting weed does to your body
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Brain Tracking: Unraveling Mysteries of the Human Mind

Brain Tracking: Unraveling Mysteries of the Human Mind

Brain Tracking: Unraveling Mysteries of the Human Mind
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CBD Could Be A Key to Treating Addiction Long-Term, Studies Show

CBD Could Be A Key to Treating Addiction Long-Term, Studies Show

CBD Could Be A Key to Treating Addiction Long-Term, Studies Show
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Professor and data scientist Xia Yang finds patterns that can improve our health

Professor and data scientist Xia Yang finds patterns that can improve our health

Professor and data scientist Xia Yang finds patterns that can improve our health
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Higher COVID-19 Risk for Physicians With Sleep Troubles

Higher COVID-19 Risk for Physicians With Sleep Troubles

Higher COVID-19 Risk for Physicians With Sleep Troubles
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Neuroscientist unravels mysteries of the human mind

Neuroscientist unravels mysteries of the human mind

Neuroscientist unravels mysteries of the human mind
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Alcoholic liver disease cases have spiked during the pandemic, especially among young women

Alcoholic liver disease cases have spiked during the pandemic, especially among young women

Alcoholic liver disease cases have spiked during the pandemic, especially among young women
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UCLA forms collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to develop drug for stroke recovery

UCLA forms collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to develop drug for stroke recovery

UCLA forms collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to develop drug for stroke recovery
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The genetic and environmental components of depression.

The genetic and environmental components of depression.

The genetic and environmental components of depression.
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The genetic and environmental components of depression

The genetic and environmental components of depression

The genetic and environmental components of depression
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Lab-grown brain organoids mimic the development of the real thing

Lab-grown brain organoids mimic the development of the real thing

Lab-grown brain organoids mimic the development of the real thing
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UCLA forms research collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to advance MS treatment

UCLA forms research collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to advance MS treatment

UCLA forms research collaboration with Yuyu Pharma to advance MS treatment
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Why a fake commute could pave the way to work-from-home balance

Why a fake commute could pave the way to work-from-home balance

Why a fake commute could pave the way to work-from-home balance
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Lab-grown brain organoids mature similarly to infant brains

Lab-grown brain organoids mature similarly to infant brains

Lab-grown brain organoids mature similarly to infant brains
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Gambling Addiction: A Silent Struggle for Many Asian Americans

Gambling Addiction: A Silent Struggle for Many Asian Americans

Gambling Addiction: A Silent Struggle for Many Asian Americans
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Women Increasingly Turn to CBD, With or Without Doc’s Blessing

Women Increasingly Turn to CBD, With or Without Doc’s Blessing

Women Increasingly Turn to CBD, With or Without Doc's Blessing
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To boost immunity, forget ‘magic pills.’ Focus on sleep, exercise, diet and cutting stress.

To boost immunity, forget ‘magic pills.’ Focus on sleep, exercise, diet and cutting stress.

To boost immunity, forget ‘magic pills.’ Focus on sleep, exercise, diet and cutting stress.
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6 Ways to Manage Bipolar Disorder Triggers During COVID-19

6 Ways to Manage Bipolar Disorder Triggers During COVID-19

6 Ways to Manage Bipolar Disorder Triggers During COVID-19
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Chronic opioid treatment may raise risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, study finds

Chronic opioid treatment may raise risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, study finds

Chronic opioid treatment may raise risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, study finds
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38 UCLA scientists among world’s most influential researchers

38 UCLA scientists among world’s most influential researchers

38 UCLA scientists among world’s most influential researchers
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Guts and brains: How microbes in a mother’s intestines affect fetal neurodevelopment

Guts and brains: How microbes in a mother’s intestines affect fetal neurodevelopment

Guts and brains: How microbes in a mother’s intestines affect fetal neurodevelopment
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UCLA-led team of scientists discovers why we need sleep

UCLA-led team of scientists discovers why we need sleep

UCLA-led team of scientists discovers why we need sleep
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UCLA launches major mental health study to discover insights about depression

UCLA launches major mental health study to discover insights about depression

UCLA launches major mental health study to discover insights about depression
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Scientists find evidence of link between diesel exhaust, risk of Parkinson’s

Scientists find evidence of link between diesel exhaust, risk of Parkinson’s

Scientists find evidence of link between diesel exhaust, risk of Parkinson’s
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2019 UCLA microscopy image and video contest winners selected

2019 UCLA microscopy image and video contest winners selected

2019 UCLA microscopy image and video contest winners selected
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Study reveals how brain injury can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder

Study reveals how brain injury can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder

Study reveals how brain injury can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder
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Whether a fashion model or not, some body image concerns are universal

Whether a fashion model or not, some body image concerns are universal

Whether a fashion model or not, some body image concerns are universal
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UCLA research identifies a potential strategy that may lead to treatment for Huntington’s disease

UCLA research identifies a potential strategy that may lead to treatment for Huntington’s disease

UCLA research identifies a potential strategy that may lead to treatment for Huntington's disease
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Study shows how serotonin and a popular anti-depressant affect the gut’s microbiota

Study shows how serotonin and a popular anti-depressant affect the gut’s microbiota

Study shows how serotonin and a popular anti-depressant affect the gut’s microbiota
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Biochemists discover new insights into what may go awry in brains of people with Alzheimer’s

Biochemists discover new insights into what may go awry in brains of people with Alzheimer’s

Biochemists discover new insights into what may go awry in brains of people with Alzheimer’s
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UCLA-led team uncovers critical new clues about what goes awry in brains of people with autism

UCLA-led team uncovers critical new clues about what goes awry in brains of people with autism

UCLA-led team uncovers critical new clues about what goes awry in brains of people with autism
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In ‘game-changing’ finding, bone mass rose 800% after signals were blocked in brains of mice

In ‘game-changing’ finding, bone mass rose 800% after signals were blocked in brains of mice

In ‘game-changing’ finding, bone mass rose 800% after signals were blocked in brains of mice
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UCLA cell study reveals how head injuries lead to serious brain diseases

UCLA cell study reveals how head injuries lead to serious brain diseases

UCLA cell study reveals how head injuries lead to serious brain diseases
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Three neuroscientists earn prestigious NIH grant for brain research

Three neuroscientists earn prestigious NIH grant for brain research

Three neuroscientists earn prestigious NIH grant for brain research
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Neuroscientist identifies biomarker for traumatic brain injury

Neuroscientist identifies biomarker for traumatic brain injury

Neuroscientist identifies biomarker for traumatic brain injury
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UCLA neurosurgeon’s accurate diagnosis restored teen’s vision

UCLA neurosurgeon’s accurate diagnosis restored teen’s vision

UCLA neurosurgeon’s accurate diagnosis restored teen’s vision
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Mayank Mehta’s work has implications for diagnosing and treating neurological diseases

Mayank Mehta’s work has implications for diagnosing and treating neurological diseases

Mayank Mehta’s work has implications for diagnosing and treating neurological diseases
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UCLA biologists ‘transfer’ a memory

UCLA biologists ‘transfer’ a memory

UCLA biologists ‘transfer’ a memory
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Two UCLA professors elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2018

Two UCLA professors elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2018

Two UCLA professors elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2018
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Genes in songbirds hold clues about human speech disorders, UCLA biologists report

Genes in songbirds hold clues about human speech disorders, UCLA biologists report

Genes in songbirds hold clues about human speech disorders, UCLA biologists report
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Five UCLA faculty members awarded 2018 Sloan Research Fellowships

Five UCLA faculty members awarded 2018 Sloan Research Fellowships

Five UCLA faculty members awarded 2018 Sloan Research Fellowships
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How brain’s reward system lessened distress over 2016 election results

How brain’s reward system lessened distress over 2016 election results

How brain’s reward system lessened distress over 2016 election results
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UCLA scientists make cells that enable the sense of touch

UCLA scientists make cells that enable the sense of touch

UCLA scientists make cells that enable the sense of touch
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Head injuries can alter hundreds of genes and lead to serious brain diseases, UCLA biologists report

Head injuries can alter hundreds of genes and lead to serious brain diseases, UCLA biologists report

Head injuries can alter hundreds of genes and lead to serious brain diseases, UCLA biologists report
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