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Food influences metabolism through circadian rhythms

December 19, 2013
A high-fat diet doesn't simply put on pounds, it can change how the internal body clock regulates metabolism, UC Irvine scientists have found.

Are some toys too loud for children's ears?

December 18, 2013

IN THE NEWS: Yes, UC Irvine Health ear specialist Dr. Hamid Djalilian tells the OC Register. Because hearing loss can begin early in life, the...

Q&A: How do clinical trials help cancer patients?

clinical trials
December 18, 2013

Clinical trials test new medical treatments, conducted in the quest to develop more effective ways to treat or even cure diseases. UC Irvine Health...

Overcoming throat cancer

Brad Hadley
December 18, 2013
It was a total shock to Brad Hadley, a health-conscious 54-year-old, when a lump in his neck turned out to be throat cancer. Throat cancer is typically found in heavy smokers and drinkers in their 70s. Today, with his cancer in remission, he’s back on the golf course.

Do you drink too much? Take the test

December 17, 2013

People don’t know what an actual serving size of alcohol amounts to, says Christy Carroll, RN, UC Irvine Health trauma injury prevention...

Living with Crohn's disease

December 17, 2013
When his Crohn's disease flared again at age 50, Cary Goronkin turned to the specialists at UC Irvine Medical Center.

Pack a protein punch in your breakfast

December 17, 2013

Americans may think they consume plenty of protein, but newer research highlights the beneficial effects of consuming more protein than the...

How much is too much? The role of alcohol in injuries

December 17, 2013

The next time you trip over a step and find yourself sitting in the emergency room nursing a sprained ankle, don’t be surprised if someone...

10 ways to protect your skin during the winter

Protect your skin
December 17, 2013

With winter weather here, now is the perfect time to begin changing your daily habits to prevent dry, chapped skin. Bathing five to 10 minutes in...

Motherhood after colon cancer

December 16, 2013
As a bride-to-be in the prime of life, Natalie Schiavone was stunned by her diagnosis of colon cancer. Even harder to hear was that her treatment, especially chemotherapy, could harm her ability to have children. Working with her UC Irvine Health physicians, she not only defeated the cancer, she also gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
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