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Understanding the science – and technology – of intraocular lenses

uci health ophthalmologist dr. marjan farid indoors wearing a white coat and orange top
January 25, 2024
IN THE NEWS: Mixing and matching lens technologies benefits patients’ vision.

New techniques in outpatient spine surgery could widen access

January 25, 2024
IN THE NEWS: Awake surgical techniques will broaden who can receive the surgery.

Choosing a continuing care retirement community

January 25, 2024
IN THE NEWS: The lesser-known option offers a range of care levels for older adults.

Royal Philharmonic leads music therapy for UCI Health stroke patients

uci student wearing red sweatshirt and uci student wearing blue sweatshirt helping senior woman play a stringed instrument
January 22, 2024
IN THE NEWS: The demonstration of the innovative program, Strokestra, was the orchestra’s first on the west coast.

UCI-led study: Alkaline water doesn’t help prevent kidney stones

uci health urologist and kidney stone expert dr. roshan patel in an operating room wearing blue scrubs
January 19, 2024
Its alkali content is too low to be effective, say researchers.

Study: Popular diabetes drugs not linked to increased pancreatic cancer risk

January 18, 2024
UCI Health bariatric medicine expert says more research is needed into the medications.

Focused ultrasound could be key to treating Alzheimer’s disease, study finds

January 16, 2024
IN THE NEWS: A UCI Alzheimer's disease expert calls the results exciting, but urges caution when it comes to the brain's protective barrier.

UCI Health stroke patients to participate in dynamic, music-focused rehab workshop

January 16, 2024
UC Irvine music students will join the United Kingdom's Royal Philharmonic in Strokestra program.

Substances that can limit longevity

January 12, 2024
IN THE NEWS: Some things are more harmful than others when it comes to improving our health.

Study: Popular diabetes drugs may not pose pancreatic cancer risk

January 12, 2024
IN THE NEWS: UCI Health bariatric medicine expert Dr. Kishore Gadde says more research is needed to understand the medications.