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A new treatment for alcohol abuse

Researchers have devised a dual-drug therapy for alcohol use disorder (AUD), without the side effects or complications…
UC Davis via The Conversation |

DACA in doubt after court ruling: 3 questions answered

The Supreme Court ruled in 2020 that DACA, a policy that shields undocumented young immigrants from deportation, could…
UC Riverside |

Study shows common insecticide is harmful in any amount

For the average bee, every little bit counts.
UCLA |

Text-message ‘nudges’ can encourage holdouts to get COVID vaccination, study finds

The researchers said their findings held true across all demographics, including groups that have been hesitant to…
UC Berkeley |

Why does it still feel so complicated to get back to ‘normal’? Pandemic cave syndrome explained

Reentering the public sphere after 18 months in isolation is no simple feat, scientists say.
UCSF |

Coffee doesn’t raise your risk for heart rhythm problems

UCSF cardiology researchers report no link between coffee consumption and arrhythmia.
Berkeley Lab |

Scientists create the world’s thinnest magnet

A one-atom-thin 2D magnet developed by Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley could advance new applications in computing and…
UC Santa Barbara |

The cost of California

UCLA and UC Santa Barbara economists discuss how California became so pricey.
University of California Health |

University of California Health hospitals recognized among the best in California and the nation

Five UC academic health centers were among the best in the state, with UCLA Health at the very top, in the new U.S.…
UC Davis |

Cultural biases impact native fish, too

Much of what is deemed valuable in the U.S. was shaped by the white male perspective. Fish are no exception.
UC Newsroom |

UC ranks first among colleges and universities in green power usage

The Environmental Protection Agency puts UC on top in its new ranking, with nearly half of the university's electricity…
UC Newsroom |

UC Olympians on a quest for gold at the Tokyo Summer Games

More than 100 UC athletes across 29 countries and seven campuses will compete at the highest level of sport.