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Castor oil doesn’t belong anywhere near the eyes

August 24, 2023
IN THE NEWS: There is no scientific evidence to support claims on TikTok, says UCI Health expert.

New Alzheimer’s drug benefits a small number of patients

August 23, 2023
IN THE NEWS: Fewer than 20% are eligible for lecanemab, but physicians have discretion with patients in later stages of disease.

Prednisone for rheumatoid arthritis: More research is needed

August 22, 2023
IN THE NEWS: A new study finds no link to hypertension or significant weight gain.

COVID-19 unknowns exist heading into colder months

August 22, 2023
IN THE NEWS: UCI Health infectious disease expert says winter season outlook is uncertain.

High cholesterol, obesity on the rise in the U.S.

August 18, 2023
IN THE NEWS: Regular screening can help prevent long-term damage, says UCI Health expert.

Research sheds light on the origins of autism spectrum disorder

August 18, 2023
IN THE NEWS: Those with ASD show differences in excitatory neuronal connections in a new study.

Weight-loss drug could benefit millions of U.S. adults

uci professor nathan wong smiling behind preventive cardiology textbook; wong is principal investigator of a study of wegovy, showing that it reduces heart attack, heart disease and stroke
August 17, 2023
IN THE NEWS: The study calls medication one of the biggest advances in obesity and cardiovascular medicine.

Burn survivors return to UCI Medical Center for annual summer picnic

Caregivers from the UCI Health burn program with a young patient at the annual burn survivors picnic at UCI Medical Center.
August 11, 2023
The survivors’ picnic was the first held at UCI Medical Center since before the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Forecasting what’s next in outpatient spine procedures

August 08, 2023
IN THE NEWS: Prone transpsoas lateral interbody fusion is most likely to have a larger footprint in ambulatory surgery centers, says UCI Health...

Summer travel, less masking, subvariants behind COVID jump

August 07, 2023
IN THE NEWS: Hospitalizations and deaths are not expected to spike as they have in the past.