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UC Health advances research for patients with diabetes

By harnessing the power of integrated data and advanced analytics with methods from causal inference, machine learning and in-depth sensitivity analysis, a UC Health research team essentially summarized a decade of clinical data in about an hour. 

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How to sharpen your attention and meet your goals in 2024

It's a great time to reclaim your attention span and find your focus, using these helpful tips from the UC Newsroom!

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UC researchers use health data to find actionable insights

UC researchers are making groundbreaking use of information from electronic health records to fast-track breakthrough insights in medical practice and treatment.

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Learn about the occupational risks and consumer products contributing to breast cancer

Join the California Breast Cancer Research Program for its inaugural virtual conference.

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New Fig. 1: Saving whales with breakthrough tech

UC's vibrant Fig. 1 video series has created a new video to celebrate new technology that is helping preserve whales.

Fig. 1 video: The surprising benefits of stress

Discover why experiencing short bursts of stress, like before a big test, can actually be beneficial for your body.

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Physicians and scientists explore new ways of addressing the climate-health crisis with patients

The University of California Center for Climate, Health and Equity recently convened a series of discussions around new evidence and tools for addressing the climate-health crisis.

Ingenious discoveries from a year of UC research

In 2023, every campus, lab and medical center discovered findings that benefit our health, happiness and the fate of our planet. 

Fig. 1: Why it’s so hard to predict California’s El Niño Winter this year

In the latest Fig. 1 video, UCLA scientist Daniel Swain — the go-to expert for understanding California's unique weather patterns and climate — sheds light on the peculiarities of this winter's weather.