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Stigma-Free UC presents: Anxiety — from boredom to burnout

Everyone experiences stress and anxiety sometimes. But what can you do to improve your mental health, and how do you know when it’s time to seek help? Join Dr. Robert Bota of UC Irvine for an informative webinar on Feb. 19.


Breast cancer: Discover your environmental risks

On Thursday, Feb. 21, the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women welcomes UCSF professor and epidemiologist Peggy Reynolds, Ph.D. This brown-bag conversation will take place at UCOP Oakland and via Zoom conferencing.


Feb. 21: Donate blood and help save lives

The American Red Cross recently reissued its emergency call for blood donations after severe winter weather and the government shutdown reduced lifesaving donations. It's easy to make a difference. Schedule an appointment around the corner from the Franklin Building, or at a branch near you.


Walking the line between indulgence and delayed gratification

If you’re the type of person who likes to save objects or experiences for a future occasion, you may wish to rethink your strategy. Giving in to some indulgences may offer you a better experience.


Tips to help you survive cold and flu season

The holidays are over, and it’s back to all your usual responsibilities — until you and your family are hit by the onslaught of cold and flu season.


Writing New Year's resolutions

How to rethink your New Year’s resolutions (according to science)

Have you ever failed at keeping a New Year’s resolution? You’re joining a sizeable crowd. It’s challenging to make a change in our behavior — but Eric Spangenberg is here to help. Professor Spangenberg, the