UCSF football concussions

Football scuffles, auto injuries may raise risk for Parkinson’s

A shocking new study shows concussion is linked to a 56 percent increase in neurological disease.

UC Santa Cruz Mavericks

Surfing into the history books

If weather allows, alumna Sarah Gerhardt may be among the first women to take on the Mavericks big-wave contest.

Brita Sigourney

UC athletes look for gold in Pyeongchang

Two UC-connected athletes are headed to the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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UC Davis, Sudwerk Brewing Co. launch Gunrock Lager

The world leader in brewing science now has its very own commercially available beer.

Durant Curry Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors a case study in ‘greater good’

The NBA champions find success through cooperation, empathy and mindfulness.

UCSF man bicycle

Bicycling's huge costs in America

Billion-dollar toll from injuries suggests a need for safer infrastructure.


Are you training for a marathon?

Tips for getting fit with long-distance running.

Maddie Musselman UCLA

Four Olympians go for blue and gold as new Bruins

Three medalists will start classes this fall, with a fourth Olympian enrolling this winter.

Chloe Anderson UC Santa Cruz

New UC Santa Cruz student challenges assumptions about transgender athletes

Chloe Psyche Anderson is ready to experience what the university and Division III volleyball have to offer.

Dr. Christopher Giza examines Kennedy Dierk, 14, at the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSport Clinic. A new survey shows most parents rely on outdated advice when caring for kids with concussions.

Most parents likely to follow outdated concussion advice

UCLA survey shows majority of parents are apt to heed advice that could worsen symptoms for kids with concussions.