Exercise can help children avoid type 2 diabetes, asthma attacks and other health problems, UC Irvine's Pediatric Exercise Research Center studies show.
Research by neuro-oncologist Dr. Daniela Bota could help eliminate the debilitating phenomenon of cognitive confusion that is sometimes called "chemo brain."
UC Irvine researchers devise faster, cheaper method of medical imaging that reduces exposure to harmful radiation.
More than 90 UC Irvine Healthcare physicians have been named Best Doctors in America for 2011-12, according to Best Doctors Inc.
UC Irvine Medical Center takes aim at stemming patient complications and healthcare costs by reducing potentially deadly infections from intravenous catheters.
UC Irvine researcher Justin Ducote pioneers an imaging technique that provides a clearer picture of dense breast tissue, a risk factor for breast cancer.
UC Irvine virologist Rozanne Sandri-Goldin knows how to keep the science funding flowing.
UC Irvine medical students are honored for creating and staffing the UC Irvine Outreach Clinic, a free clinic at the Orange County Rescue Mission's Village of Hope in Tustin.
Patients at UC Irvine Healthcare's Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center are wrapped in colorful quilts, courtesy of a university employee group, UCI Stars.
A rapid response program spearheaded by UC Irvine neurologist Dr. Steven C. Cramer improves care for Orange County stroke victims.
Bill Sanders, a 78-year-old open-heart surgery patient, is feeling good these days thanks to the care he received from UC Irvine Medical Center.
Ruth Mulnard, founding faculty member in UC Irvine's nursing program, directs brain-related clinical studies.
UC Irvine public health professor Oladele Ogunseitan works to keep pollutants in electronic products from contaminating landfills and endangering public health.
Cole Stewart talks like any four-year-old because of therapy at For OC Kids, Orange County's leading medical resource for children with autism.
With the H1N1 flu spreading widely throughout the state and nation, priority for the slow-arriving supply of vaccine is being given to pregnant women, children and young adults ages 2 to 24, healthcare and childcare workers and those with chronic medical conditions.
UC Irvine neuroscientist Zhiqun Tan has found retinal lesions in mice that mirror brain cells ravaged by Alzheimer's disease, making the eye a potential path to diagnosis and treatment.
A vaccine created by Gavin Herbert Eye Institute researchers Lbachir BenMohamed and Dr. Anthony Nesburn may prevent a leading cause of blindness and more.
Armed with a $2-million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, Dr. Laura Mosqueda and her team in UC Irvine's nationally respected geriatrics program will teach physicians and other caregivers how to better serve older patients.
Physicians at UC Irvine's Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center launching the Athena study with colleagues at four other UC campuses to screen and track as many as 400,000 women for breast cancer.
UC Irvine Healthcare trauma chief Dr. Michael Lekawa and orthopaedic spine surgeon Dr. Nitin Bhatia describe car crash survivor Jon Wilhite's life-threatening injuries on Angels Radio AM 830.
The National Cancer Institute reaffirms its designation of excellence for UC Irvine Healthcare's Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center in Orange.
Dr. Neil Jones, the new director of UC Irvine Healthcare's Center for Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, is among the few surgeons in the world to master the highly complex procedure of transferring toes microsurgically onto the hand to construct new thumbs and fingers.
UC Irvine urologic oncologist Dr. Thomas Ahlering uses hypothermia during prostate surgery to boost a patient's recovery and quality of life.
Diabetes is skyrocketing in the United States, says Dr. Ping Wang, director of UC Irvine Healthcare's Center for Diabetes Research and Treatment.