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Treating children with chronic pain
September 17, 2014

Pediatric pain specialist Dr. Shalini S. Shah discusses effective ways to diagnose common pain issues in children and new approaches for alleviating their chronic pain.

Taming Parkinson's disease
August 26, 2014

After UC Irvine Health doctors performed delicate brain surgery called deep brain stimulation, Jeff Post’s hands and balance are so steady, he is once again handling his hooks and rods and enjoying his pastimes.

Choose UC Irvine Health physicians during open enrollment
August 22, 2014
UC Irvine Health offers the best in primary care, access to top-notch hospital facilities care and more than 500 world-class specialists. These are qualities that distinguish UC Irvine Health as the premier healthcare provider in Orange County.
'A good Monster'
August 19, 2014

Carolyn Bivens had recovered from breast cancer treatment when she and her husband thought it might be time for a pet. Today, Carolyn and her dog Monster are one of many pet therapy teams at UC Irvine Medical Center.

ALS team takes the ice bucket challenge
August 18, 2014

The team at the UC Irvine Health ALS & Neuromuscular Center takes the ice bucket challenge.

Parkinson's disease expert discusses its impact, Robin Williams diagnosis
August 15, 2014
IN THE NEWS: UC Irvine Health Parkinsons' disease expert Dr. Neal Hermanowicz appears on SoCal PBS to discuss the disease’s impact on patients and families, and the latest advances to treat the incurable neurological disorder.
UC Irvine Health eye surgeon describes new treatment that restored girl's vision
August 15, 2014
IN THE NEWS: Dr. Robert Lingua of the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute describes how he cured the uncontrollable eye movements that damaged Grace Nassar's vision. Before the operations, the seven-year old was using a white cane and learning Braille. Now she's learning to surf and looking forward to a lifetime of normal vision. The novel eye surgery gives hope to people living with nystagmus.
FDA approves new cervical cancer treatment based on UC Irvine-led study
August 14, 2014
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved bevacizumab, also known as Avastin, to treat advanced and recurrent cervical cancer based on UC Irvine Health-led clinical trial. The results have already changed U.S. cervical cancer treatment guidelines.
Robin Williams, Parkinson's disease and depression
August 14, 2014
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Dr. Neal Hermanowicz, director of the UC Irvine Health Movement Disorders Program, discusses depression as a symptom of Parkinson's Disease. The wife of Robin Williams said the late actor was coping with a Parkinson's diagnosis.
UC Irvine kidney expert discusses the 'obesity paradox'
August 14, 2014
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Dr. Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh, chief of the UC Irvine Health Division of Nephrology and Hypertension and an expert on kidney disease, discusses his research into the controversial "obesity paradox" in a profile by the Easy Reader News.

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