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Department of Psychiatry in the News

9/20/2017
Researchers at University of San Diego School of Medicine have developed a new tool called the San Diego Wisdom Scale (SD-WISE) to assess an individual’s level of wisdom, based upon a conceptualizatio ...
9/19/2017
It is estimated that up to 75 percent of breast cancer survivors experience problems with cognitive difficulties following treatments, perhaps lasting years. Currently, few science-based options are a ...
9/15/2017
A team of researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System have analyzed published longitudinal studies of mortality in schizophren ...
8/31/2017
The Medical News

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

8/28/2017
SF Gate

​Co-authored by Paul Mills, PhD

8/17/2017
Scientific American

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD

8/15/2017
KPBS

​Features Cinnamon Bloss, PhD

8/14/2017
Huffington Post

​Features Marc Schuckit, MD

8/14/2017
KPBS

​Features Erik Groessl, PhD

8/9/2017
Politico

​Features UC San Diego School of Medicine

8/9/2017
Everyday Health

​Features Steve Koh, MD, MPH

8/7/2017
Times of San Diego

​Features The Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research

8/1/2017
La Jolla Light

​Features Brinda Rana, PhD

7/31/2017
KPBS

​Features Carla Marienfeld, MD

7/24/2017
Medical Daily

​Features Susan Tapert, PhD

7/24/2017
Yahoo! News

​Features Chi-Hua Chen, PhD

7/19/2017
CNN

​Features Walter Kaye, MD

7/12/2017
Anesthesiology News

​Features Mark Wallace, MD

7/10/2017
Medical Xpress

​Features Alice Ely, PhD

7/10/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Authored by Laura Crotty Alexander, MD

7/10/2017
Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have discovered differences in how the brain responds to food rewards in individuals with a history of bulimia nervosa (BN), an eat ...
7/4/2017
U.S. News & World Report

​Features James Sallis, PhD

7/4/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features UC San Diego Autism Center of Excellence and Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD

7/3/2017
Washington Post

​Features Tom Patterson, PhD, Steffanie Strathdee, PhD, and Robert Schooley, MD

6/30/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

6/26/2017
Medical News Today

​Features Suzi Hong, PhD

6/19/2017
Reuters

​Features Neal Doran, PhD

6/19/2017
Family Circle

​Features Walter Kaye, MD

6/14/2017
La Jolla Light

​Features Henry Powell, MD, Sidney Zisook, MD, and Igor Grant, MD

6/7/2017
KPBS

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD, and Igor Grant, MD

6/5/2017
Forbes

​Features Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD

6/5/2017
KPBS

​Features Igor Grant, MD

6/5/2017
La Jolla Light

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD, and Stephanie Dulawa, PhD

5/31/2017
Medical Xpress

​Features Fred Gage, PhD, and Christopher Glass, MD, PhD

5/30/2017
One-third of American children are overweight or obese. Family-based treatment (FBT) has been considered the best model for the treatment of obese children as it provides both parents and children wit ...
5/29/2017
The Economist

​Features Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD

5/23/2017
Forbes

​Features Suzi Hong, PhD

5/22/2017
10News

​Features Aaron Schneir, MD

5/21/2017
Among 12- to 17-year-olds who have never used tobacco products, nearly half were considered receptive to tobacco marketing if they were able to recall or liked at least one advertisement, report resea ...
5/16/2017
Shape

​Features Ruben Abagyan, PhD

5/15/2017
CBS This Morning

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD

5/15/2017
Senior Housing News

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

5/15/2017
Drug Discovery News

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD, and Stephanie Dulawa, PhD

5/15/2017
Arizona Daily Sun

​Features UC San Diego School of Medicine Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research

5/9/2017
Drug Discovery News

​Features Ruben Abagyan, PhD,and Rabia Atayee PharmD

5/8/2017
Buzzfeed

​Features Tom Patterson, PhD, Steffanie Strathdee, PhD, and Robert Schooley, MD

5/3/2017
New York Post

​Features Ruben Abagyan, PhD, and Rabia Atayee, PharmD

5/3/2017
Scientific American

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

5/3/2017
CBS Sacramento

​Features UC San Diego School of Medicine

5/3/2017
Researchers at Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of California San Diego mined the FDA Adverse Effect Reporting System (FAERS) database for depression symptoms in pat ...
5/1/2017
The Translational Scientist

​Features Tiziano Pramparo, PhD

5/1/2017
CBC News

​Features Tom Patterson, PhD, Steffanie Strathdee, PhD, and Robert Schooley, MD

5/1/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

5/1/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Authored by Carla Marienfeld, MD

4/26/2017
The Scientist

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

4/26/2017
San Diego 7

​Features Carla Marienfeld, MD

4/24/2017
PBS Newshour

​Features Barth Wilsey, MD

4/24/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

4/20/2017
Scientific American

​Features Barth Wilsey, MD

4/20/2017
ThinkProgress

​Features Steffanie Strathdee, PhD

4/17/2017
Science Newsline

​Features Ty Brumback, PhD

4/17/2017
KPBS

​Features Lawrence Prince, MD, PhD, Richard Song, MD, and David Golembeski, MD

4/10/2017
Science News

​Features Eric Courchesne, PhD

4/10/2017
Harvard Business Review

​Authored by Holly Shakya, PhD

4/10/2017
ScienceDaily

​Features Chitra Mandyam, PhD

4/3/2017
Sacramento Bee

​Features Stephanie Dulawa, PhD

4/3/2017
Sacramento Bee

​Features Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health

4/3/2017
SF GAte

​Features Yuyan Shi, PhD

3/27/2017
NBC Los Angeles

​Features Walter Kaye, MD, and Alysson Muotri, PhD

3/21/2017
Medical News Today

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD, and Stephanie Dulawa, PhD

3/21/2017
Spectrum News

​Authored by Alysson Muotri, PhD

3/21/2017
Standard antidepressant medications don’t work for everyone, and even when they do they are slow to kick in. In an effort to find better depression treatments, researchers at University of California ...
3/21/2017
An international team of scientists, led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and University of California San Francisco, has developed a novel genetic score that al ...
3/20/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features UC San Diego Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research

3/15/2017
Glamour

​Features Christina Chambers, PhD, MPH

3/14/2017
Scienmag

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

3/14/2017
The Atlantic

​Features Ann Garland, PhD

3/14/2017
An international research team, led by scientists at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, has created the first cellular model of anorexia nervosa (AN), reprogramming induced pluripo ...
3/13/2017
Medscape

​Features Sonya Norman, PhD

3/6/2017
NPR

​Features Holly Shakya, PhD

2/28/2017
Spectrum News

​Authored by Lilia Iakoucheva, PhD

2/27/2017
Spectrum News

​Features Eric Courchesne, PhD

2/20/2017
New York Times

​Features Igor Grant, MD

2/15/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Eric Courchesne, PhD, and Karen Pierce, PhD

2/13/2017
Pittsburg Post-Gazette

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

2/13/2017
Wired

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD

2/6/2017
CNN

​Cites research by Brinda Rana, PhD

2/6/2017
Live Science

​Features Holly Shakya, PhD

1/23/2017
Pyschology Today

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

1/23/2017
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Douglas Galasko, MD

1/16/2017
Radio Health Journal

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD

1/12/2017
It’s well known that regular physical activity has health benefits, including weight control, strengthening the heart, bones and muscles and reducing the risk of certain diseases. Recently, researcher ...
1/11/2017
CNN

​Features Joel Dimsdale, MD (Emeritus)

1/10/2017
New Scientist

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

1/3/2017
Broadway World San Diego

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

1/2/2017
Knowridge

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

1/2/2017
Live Science

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

12/22/2016
This month UC San Diego Health experts discuss the HPV vaccine for boys, effective treatments for opioid addiction and when surgery is required for a hernia.
12/20/2016
Forgetfulness is a part of life, a natural consequence of aging. Alzheimer's disease is not. Learn more and sign up for a free memory screening.
12/19/2016
Irish Times

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD

12/19/2016
Stern

​Features David Feifel, MD, PhD

12/19/2016
Women's Health

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

12/14/2016
CBS News

Features Dilip Jeste, MD

12/13/2016
Ars Technica

​Features Chi-Hua Chen, PhD

12/12/2016
The Atlantic

​Features Daniel Sewell, MD

12/8/2016
A meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) has identified six loci or regions of the human genome that are significantly linked to personality traits, report researchers at University o ...
12/5/2016
Buzzfeed

​Features Steffanie Strathdee, PhD

12/5/2016
Pain Medicine News

​Features Rabia Atayee, PharmD, Gene Hur, student pharmacist, Parisa Karimian, student pharmacist, Kathryn Hollenbach, PhD, and < ...

11/22/2016
Laboratory Equipment

​Features Jonathan Sebat, PhD

11/22/2016
Genetic variations that increase schizophrenia risk are rare, making it difficult to study their role. To overcome this, the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium, an international team led by Jonathan Seba ...
11/21/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Carla Marienfeld, MD

11/9/2016
CNN

Features Igor Grant, MD

11/7/2016
Huffington Post

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

11/7/2016
CBS 8

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD

10/27/2016
Selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors are a popular and effective treatment for depression and anxiety disorders but they must be taken with caution.
10/26/2016
USA Today

​Features UC San Diego Center for Medical Cannabis Research

10/24/2016
KPBS

​Features Linda Hill, MD, MPH, and Lisa Delano-Wood, PhD

10/19/2016
Huffington Post

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

10/19/2016
In an effort to put the brakes on sobering statistics related to teenagers driving under the influence, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine will join forces with the S ...
10/17/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Sonya Norman, PhD

10/10/2016
CBS News

​Features Erin Sundermann, PhD

10/10/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Lisa Delano-Wood, PhD

10/10/2016
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD

10/6/2016
Spectrum

​Features Johnathan Sebat, PhD

9/26/2016
NPR

​Features Mingxiong Huang, PhD, and Dewleen Baker, MD

9/22/2016
Huffington Post

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD

9/21/2016
Press Democrat

​Features Robert Naviaux, MD

9/20/2016
Loneliness is linked to poor physical and mental health, and is an even more accurate predictor of early death than obesity. To better understand who is at risk, researchers at University of Californi ...
9/12/2016
Science 2.0

​Features Deepak Chopra, MD, Paul Mills, PhD, and Christine Tara Peterson, PhD

9/12/2016
LifeScript

​Features Yuko Abbott, clinical social worker

9/12/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Steven Wagner, PhD, and Larry Goldstein, PhD

9/9/2016
In a novel controlled clinical trial, participants in a six-day Ayurvedic-based well-being program that featured a vegetarian diet, meditation, yoga and massages experienced measurable decreases in a ...
9/5/2016
KPCC

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD

9/5/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Gregory Light, PhD

9/1/2016
The Economist

​Features Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD

8/30/2016
Science Newsline

​Features Susan Tapert, PhD

8/30/2016
The Huffington Post

​Features Lisa Delano-Wood, PhD

8/30/2016
Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have identified 34 neural factors that predict adolescent alcohol consumption. The list, based upon complex algorithms analyzin ...
8/29/2016
Life Reimagined

​Features Steven Hickman, PhD

8/29/2016
Psychology Today

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

8/29/2016
KPBS

​Features UC San Diego Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research

8/29/2016
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a mysterious and maddening condition, with no cure or known cause. But researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, using a variety of te ...
8/24/2016
Time

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

8/24/2016
While even the best wines eventually peak and turn to vinegar, a new study by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine suggests a paradoxical trend in the mental health of ...
8/16/2016
CNN

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

8/15/2016
Self

​Features A'verria Martin, PhD

8/15/2016
MedScape

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

8/15/2016
Sacramento Bee

​Features Igor Grant, MD

8/11/2016
The Atlantic

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD

8/10/2016
In a study spanning molecular genetics, stem cells and the sciences of both brain and behavior, researchers at University of California San Diego, with colleagues at the Salk Institute for Biological ...
8/8/2016
Huffington Post

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD, Razelle Kurzrock, MD, Sandip Patel, MD, Ezra Cohen, MD, and Vaishal Tolia, MD, MPH

8/8/2016
RNZ

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD and Eric Courchesne, PhD

8/8/2016
ABC Chicago

​Features Eating Disorders Treatment and Research Program at UC San Diego Health

8/3/2016
Healthline

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD, Razelle Kurzrock, MD, Sandip Patel, MD, Ezra Cohen, MD, and Vaishal Tolia, MD, MPH

8/3/2016
KPBS

​Features Kai MacDonald, MD

8/1/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Daniel Lee, MD

7/28/2016
Spectrum News

​Features Alysson Muotri, PhD

7/26/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

7/18/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Laura Crotty Alexander, MD

7/13/2016
KPCC

​Features Thomas Marcotte, PhD, and Kevin McShea

7/13/2016
The majority of cases of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are unknown. In a paper published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, ...
7/12/2016
ScienceDaily

​Features Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, MD

7/5/2016
Science Newsline

​Features Abraham Palmer, PhD

7/5/2016
Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine say tiny micro-vesicle structures used by neurons and other cells to transport materials internally or dispose of them externally c ...
7/4/2016
Mice are one of the most commonly used laboratory organisms, widely used to study everything from autism to infectious diseases. Yet genomic studies in mice have lagged behind those in humans. In a st ...
6/30/2016
Christine Frey (left) found help for her diagnosis of early psychosis with Kristin Cadenhead, MD, director of the Cognitive Assessment and Risk Evaluation Program.
6/27/2016
Orange County Register

​Features Igor Grant, MD

6/22/2016
Sun Sentinel

​Features Sonya Norman, PhD

6/14/2016
U.S. News & World Report

​Features Sanjaya Saxena, MD

6/13/2016
The Guardian

​Features Peter Davidson, PhD

6/13/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Sonya Norman, PhD, and Murray Stein, MD, MPH

6/13/2016
Coast News Group

​Features Maria Marquine, PhD

6/6/2016
APA Monitor

​Features June Liang, PhD, and Kerri Boutelle, PhD

6/6/2016
The Alternative Daily

​Features Daniel Lee, MD

6/6/2016
PBS SoCal

​Features David Feifel, MD, PhD

5/30/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

5/23/2016
STAT News

​Features Alexander Papp, MD

5/23/2016
Psychiatric News

​Features Amy Jak, PhD

5/23/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

5/16/2016
ScienceDaily

​Features Peter Davidson, PhD

5/16/2016
MD Linx

​Features Murray Stein, MD

5/16/2016
Patch

​Features Shamini Jain, PhD

5/16/2016
The Nautilus

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

5/16/2016
Los Angeles Times

​Features Women's Reproductive Mental Health at UC San Diego Health

5/11/2016
New York Times

​Features Charles O'Connell, MD

5/11/2016
Drug-related overdoses are the leading cause of injury-related deaths in the United States, surpassing motor vehicle accidents at 44,000 fatalities annually. In response, researchers at University of ...
5/11/2016
In a massive analysis of DNA samples from more than 13,000 U.S. soldiers, scientists have identified two statistically significant genetic variants that may be associated with an increased risk of pos ...
5/2/2016
San Diego Jewish World

​Features Joel Dimsdale, MD

4/27/2016
HealthCanal

​Features Sheldon Morris, MD

4/26/2016
The Alternative Daily

​Features Daniel Lee, MD

4/26/2016
The California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) of University of California has awarded grants totaling $9.4 million to three teams of investigators to provide and evaluate PrEP – the HIV prevention p ...
4/25/2016
FiercePharma

​Features Robert Anthenelli, MD

4/25/2016
HealthCanal

​Features Karen Pierce, PhD, and Eric Courchesne, PhD

4/25/2016
The Journal Gazette

​Features Sanjaya Saxena, MD

4/25/2016
Senior Housing News

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

4/25/2016
Monitor on Psychology

​Features Walter Kaye, MD, and Christina Wierenga, PhD

4/25/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Wael Al-Delaimy, MD, PhD

4/25/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Stein Institute for Research on Aging

4/22/2016
Compared to the nicotine patch and a placebo, the smoking cessation aids varenicline (marketed as Chantix in the U.S.) and bupropion (Zyban) do not show a significant increase in neuropsychiatric adve ...
4/20/2016
Digital Parent

​Features Timothy Mackey, PhD

4/18/2016
Examiner.com

​​Features Marc Schuckit, MD

4/18/2016
Discover

​Features UC San Diego School of Medicine

4/18/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Igor Grant, MD, Thomas Marcotte, PhD, Barth Wilsey MD, and Linda Hill, PhD, MPH

4/11/2016
The Wasington Post

​Features Sanjaya Saxena, MD

4/11/2016
HealthCanal

​Features Tamar Gollan, PhD

4/11/2016
The Atlantic

​Features Walter Kaye, MD

4/11/2016
San Diego Union Tribune

​Features Dilip Jeste, MD

4/6/2016
Los Angeles Times

​Features UC San Diego School of Medicine

3/30/2016
For most people, the culmination of a good life is a “good death,” though what that means exactly is a matter of considerable consternation. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego Scho ...
3/24/2016
The types of gene mutations that contribute to autism are more diverse than previously thought, report researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine in the March 24 online issu ...
3/1/2016
Chronic psychosocial and emotional stress has well-documented negative effects upon the human immune system but less is known about the health effects of acute but transitory episodes of stress. Do pa ...
2/29/2016
Rising above Interstate 5 on the east campus of University of California, San Diego, the Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute Building (ACTRI), a five-sided polygon of glass, steel and ...
2/26/2016
When astronaut Scott Kelly returns to Earth on March 1, half of NASA’s first-of-its-kind study of twin astronauts and long duration space flight, researchers at University of California, San Diego Sch ...
2/26/2016
Some foods can naturally make us feel better – foods that boost serotonin levels in our brains, which can help smooth out emotional highs and lows. So dig into these recipes with a smile.
2/24/2016
In this month’s Corner Clinic, our experts tackle adult ADHD, if and when to take the car keys away from elderly drivers and which post-workout recovery drinks work best.
2/23/2016
Some symptoms of stress and anxiety are obvious but others not so much. Here’s an abbreviated list of 15 common (but perhaps less recognized) signs of chronic stress and anxiety.
2/23/2016
A man has up to a 50 percent chance of battling postpartum depression if his wife is going through it. The Reproductive Mental Health Program treats moms and dads facing this condition with therapy an ...
1/5/2016
This month we ask our experts how to keep New Year’s resolutions, how to tell a cold from allergies and whether exercises for your eyes can improve or protect vision.
1/4/2016
Men and women experience hormonal changes during middle age that can affect their sexual health and relationships with partners. UC San Diego Health experts discuss what both genders can do to ensure ...
12/15/2015
Some decline in memory and cognitive function is a normal part of aging, but what if it could be prevented? Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Washington Univers ...
11/2/2015
The first FDA-approved medication to treat sexual dysfunction in women became available in late-October. Board-certified psychiatrist Ildiko Kovacs discusses the controversial drug.
10/29/2015
Study among first to show how manic-depressive disorder affects neurons
10/27/2015
People who have had an episode of major depression are at high risk for having another episode. Now, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have found that the risk of r ...
10/2/2015
First introduced in the United States in 2007, electronic cigarettes have risen dramatically in part because they are popularly considered safer and more socially acceptable than combustible cigarette ...
9/30/2015
UC San Diego Health has been designated a member of the National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC), a consortium of leading academic medical centers working to accelerate research, education and im ...
9/29/2015
The votes are in and more than 100 physicians from UC San Diego Health were named “Top Docs” in the annual San Diego Magazine “Physicians of Exceptional Excellence” annual survey. These physicians rep ...
9/10/2015
A prospective longitudinal study of U.S. Marines suggests that reduced heart rate variability – the changing time interval between heartbeats – may be a contributing risk factor for post-traumatic str ...
8/17/2015
The introduction of a new prescription smoking-cessation aid, varenicline, in 2006 has had no significant impact on the rate at which Americans age 18 and older successfully quit smoking, according to ...
7/13/2015
From the smell of flowers to the taste of wine, our perception is strongly influenced by prior knowledge and expectations, a cognitive process known as top-down control. In a University of California, ...
7/9/2015
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego and the School of Medicine have found that the three-dimensional shape of the cerebral cortex – the wrinkled outer layer of the brain controlling ...
7/2/2015
A clinical trial at UC San Diego Health is testing whether adjusting light exposure and sleep times may be an effective treatment for women with depression related to chronic disruption of their sleep ...
6/26/2015
Many people have trouble organizing the daily accumulated clutter of life. But a paralyzing inability to throw away unnecessary possessions can belie a potentially debilitating mental condition known ...
6/25/2015
Two of the nation’s leading physician-scientists in the search to better understand and treat Alzheimer’s disease – William Mobley, MD, PhD, and Michael Rafii, MD, PhD – have been named interim co-dir ...
6/19/2015
Psychiatric disorders can be difficult to diagnose because clinicians must rely upon interpreted clues, such as a patient’s behaviors and feelings. For the first time, researchers at University of Cal ...
5/7/2015
Writing in the May 7 online issue of American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System su ...
4/2/2015
In work that reconciles two competing views of brain structures involved in memory and spatial perception, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have conducted experime ...
3/23/2015
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have pinpointed differences in brain function that may help to explain how people with anorexia nervosa can continue to starve ...
3/10/2015
Researchers at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System and University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues in New York and the United Kingdom, have identified genetic ...
3/9/2015
In a study published in the current online issue of JAMA Psychiatry, an international team of scientists, led by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, report findi ...
3/3/2015
Prescription medications are designed to remedy a diagnosed illness or condition but a side effect of many can be unwanted weight gain, adding pounds and problems. Learn more about drugs that can sabo ...
2/18/2015
A new Joint Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Research on Substance Use has been launched by the Division of Global Public Health in the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and ...
11/10/2014
A Q&A with our expert on aging on how older persons can cope with psychological issues arising during holiday season.
8/27/2014
Should I take a daily aspirin to reduce my risk of heart attack? How do I help my elderly parents avoid falling? What is emotional eating? Our experts answer your health questions in this month’s Corn ...
6/25/2014
In this month's Corner Clinic, UC San Diego Health System experts answer questions about the best way to breathe, the healthiest way to grill, and how to treat burns.