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July 22, 2021
Research by the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health's UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, led by Dr. Ninez Ponce, shows many don’t believe they need help, even if they report having psychological symptoms
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July 22, 2021
During a four-month-period in the fall of 2020, confidence levels of front-line healthcare and emergency services workers in a vaccine program roughly doubled, a UCLA Fielding School of Public Health-led team has found
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July 20, 2021
Research by the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health's UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, led by Dr. Ninez Ponce, shows Californians' risk reduction behaviors and who is and isn't getting vaccinated
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July 19, 2021
The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health’s UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, led by Dr. Ninez Ponce, has been named the recipient of a research award from California 100, an ambitious statewide initiative to envision and shape the long-term success of the state
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July 14, 2021
Unlike nearly three-quarters of high-income countries, the U.S. has no laws specifically limiting the detention of accompanied migrant and asylum-seeking children, according to a new study by the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health's WORLD Policy Analysis Center (WORLD), led by Dr. Jody Heymann, a UCLA distinguished professor of public health, public policy, and medicine.
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July 8, 2021
UCLA-led research finds that wildfire survivors face both mental and physical health issues during and after a major blaze
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July 8, 2021
A team of researchers co-led by UCLA Fielding School of Public Health epidemiology professor Dr. Matthew Mimiaga has received more than $5.2 million in grants from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop and test HIV interventions in the U.S. and Brazil.
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July 7, 2021
Dr. Annette Regan, a UCLA Fielding School of Public Health assistant professor of epidemiology, led the research, which found that e-cigarettes are not a healthier alternative to smoking for expectant mothers.
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July 6, 2021
Research team led by UCLA faculty finds that better access to insurance for aging immigrants would improve access to health care and reduce emergency room costs for users and taxpayers

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