News Articles with Topic: Health
Research is supported by a five-year grant to UC Riverside from the National Institutes of Health
A research team at the University of California, Riverside, has found that electronic cigarettes, often targeted to youth and pregnant women, produce a stress response in neural stem cells, which are critical cells in the brain. Present throughout life, stem cells become specialized cells with more specific functions, such as...
UC Riverside-led study is the first to find an association between thirdhand smoke and gene expression in humans
UC Riverside-led team performs two studies to examine effects of sleep, age, and depressed mood on working memory
What was once a destination for Hollywood's biggest stars is now one of California's gravest environmental threats. Test your knowledge to see how much you know about the Salton Sea. Learn more about the Salton Sea and its history and impacts on our air, water, earth, and fire in the...
Study by UC Riverside and Portland State University scientists finds nicotine concentrations in JUULs is dangerously high
Surgery is associated with increased survival for patients with HER2-positive stage 4 breast cancer
38 students in Class of 2019 were matched for a residency program of their choice
Research highlights differences in risk among Asian American women who immigrated versus their U.S.-born counterparts
Research could help reduce females’ susceptibility to several diseases, such as Fragile X and Rett syndromes
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. This debilitating condition periodically shutters communication between the brain and other parts of the body, resulting in symptoms that range from numbness and tingling in the arms and legs to blindness and paralysis. While treatments are...
Scientists unlock new molecular secrets to unravel the mystery
UC Riverside-led research could help develop novel therapeutic strategies to combat malaria
Nutrition education programs for children should incorporate all family members who act as caregivers