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UC San Francisco |

Mindfulness during pregnancy improves stress response for infants

This is the first known study to show that a prenatal social intervention may improve health outcomes in children.
UC Newsroom |

Why Congress is moving forward from turning the clocks forward

Changes to time, and routine, can mess with our sleep. That doesn't just hurt our physical health — it makes us lonely.
Yasmin Anwar |

Sweet vibes between longtime couples are tied to longer, healthier lives

A new study finds that relationships with mutual surges of warmth, humor and affection bode well for long-lasting love…
UC Davis |

3 UC Presidents: Challenges, legacies

Chancellor May hosts UC Presidents Drake, Napolitano and Yudof at a colloquium on higher education.

UCLA Law students work to help protect outdoor laborers from heat and pollution

Research produced by those in the California Environmental Legislation and Policy Clinic has influenced proposed…
UC Santa Cruz |

Elephant seals’ map sense tells them when to head ‘home’

Researchers found that female elephant seals know their distance from the breeding beach and allocate extra time to get…
UC Irvine Magazine |

Stemming the next public health crisis — this time, in mental health

Researchers help illuminate the complexities of the mind and find solutions to prevent a twin pandemic.

Treating tough tumors by exploiting their iron ‘addiction’

UCSF researchers tame notorious KRAS-mutated cancers without harming healthy cells.
UC Santa Barbara |

Putting stem cells on pause

Researchers describe a process for extending the longevity of stem cells.

She’s a catalyst: UCLA graduate student helped build a system that nurtures Black scientists

Samantha Mensah co-founded BlackInChem to help other students of color and women advance as chemists.
Columbia and UC Santa Cruz |

A slow-motion section of the San Andreas Fault may not be so harmless after all

A study suggests that the central section of the San Andreas fault has hosted many major earthquakes.
UC Merced |

Last year’s drought cost the ag industry more than $1 billion, thousands of jobs, new analysis shows

Crops most affected by increased fallowing include rice, cotton, grain and field crops.