Medicine

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For COVID-19 long-haulers, few answers, but meditation and peer support offer some relief

As scientists try to understand lingering COVID-19 health issues, a new program hopes to give patients better tools to cope with the debilitating symptoms.

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Did racism kill Jackie Robinson?

Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball over 70 years ago, breaking down barriers for future generations. Now, scientists ask — did racism lead to Robinson's early death?

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The incredible bacterial ‘homing missiles’ that scientists want to harness

A Berkeley Lab-led team is digging into bacteria-produced nanomachines that could fast-track microbiome science.

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FDA approves first test of CRISPR to correct genetic defect causing sickle cell disease

UC scientists and physicians hope to permanently cure patients of sickle cell disease by using CRISPR-Cas9 to replace a defective gene with the normal version.

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To keep a sharp mind, start thinking of heart health in your 20s

Obesity, hypertension and high glucose in early adulthood may take a heavy toll on cognition late in life, UCSF-led study shows.

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Navigating a year of heartbreak and hope: Q&A with Dr. Carrie L. Byington, executive vice president of UC Health

A look at UC’s role in helping California respond to an unprecedented crisis.

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How effective is the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s what you should know

How it differs, how well it works against the new variants and whether you should be worried about transmitting the virus after vaccination.

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How robustly will individuals respond to the COVID-19 vaccine — and for how long?

Age, stress and lack of sleep contribute to response in a variety of vaccines. Is a COVID-19 booster shot next?

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Internet trends suggest COVID-19 spurred a return to earlier values and activities

American values, attitudes and activities have changed dramatically during COVID-19, according to a new study of online behavior.

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3 ways to cope with COVID-19 fatigue

UC Davis Health psychologist Kaye Hermanson suggests ways to alleviate daily stressors.

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