News Articles with Topic: Health
Immunity generated by vaccination is better than immunity from an actual infection, says an expert
COVID-19 is far from beaten. Vaccines may not be the ultimate panacea to haul us out of the pandemic crisis. In the future, will outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, arrive in waves every winter? Might COVID-19 never go away? Experts at the University of California, Riverside, weigh...
Severe acne often leaves deep psychological scars, disproportionately affecting women and people with darker skin. Researchers say dermatological treatment isn't enough.
UC Riverside-led study examined the effects of the medication risperidone on brain metabolism in stuttering
UC Riverside public health expert Richard Carpiano weighs in on ethical matters for vaccine distribution.
UC Riverside-led mouse study stresses MS treatment should be started early
Dr. David Lo at the UC Riverside School of Medicine is an expert on vaccines
A UC Riverside-led study, funded by Merck, is set to find out
UC Riverside study examines molecular pathways that may instigate seizures in some multiple sclerosis patients
Phase 2 study investigates efficacy of the drug ecopipam developed by Emalex Biosciences Inc.
Host campus UC Riverside will be joined by UC Davis and UC Merced
Meeting virtually with people outside your household is safest, says UC Riverside epidemiologist
The news arrived Monday that the world has been awaiting since spring: a vaccine has been developed that shows a high degree of efficacy in late-stage trials: 90%. That puts it in the company of effective vaccines such as for measles, and well beyond what the medical community hoped for...
More than half of American adults with advanced multiple sclerosis report mistreatment by caregivers
UC Riverside-led study describes first published survey documenting nature and extent of caregiver mistreatment of this population
UC Riverside-led study shows how variations in SARS-CoV-2 host gene expression can be linked to variations in COVID-19 susceptibility and symptom severity