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Demystifying pain

Tucker Parris
February 15, 2016
Tucker Parris was driving cross-country from Virginia to San Diego, where he was stationed in the Navy, when he was involved in a nearly fatal,...

Advance directives: Control over your care

Advance directives
February 09, 2016
An elderly woman with end-stage cancer suffered a stroke. Her only surviving relative lived overseas and couldn’t be reached. Important...

Bariatric surgery

Dr. Ninh Nguyen, chief of the Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery and vice chair of the Department of Surgery
January 20, 2016
Surgeries to help people lose weight and become healthier are among the most frequently performed elective operations in America today. UC Irvine...

Assessing sleep apnea at home

Sleep apnea
January 12, 2016
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects as many as 12 million Americans, but the condition often remains undiagnosed. Traditionally,...

New specialty services available in Corona

January 08, 2016
UC Irvine Health specialty practices in Corona are expanding with the addition of cardiovascular and digestive disease services.

Overcoming the effects of stroke

Effects of stroke
January 05, 2016
At the only university medical center in Orange County, UC Irvine Health researchers help test and introduce some of the most innovative treatments...

Opening of Tustin multispecialty offices

UC Irvine Health — Tustin
October 16, 2015
The Tustin medical offices consist of primary care as well as specialty care in dermatology, gastroenterology, neurology, otolaryngology, podiatry,...

UC Irvine Health expands urgent care and walk in services

October 14, 2015
Emergency rooms aren’t meant for treating ankle sprains, colds and flu, rashes, eye infections and other minor illnesses. You will find more...

Preventing a dangerous complication of colon surgery

Colon surgery
October 12, 2015
About 300,000 Americans undergo colon surgery each year, oftentimes to remove cancer or polyps.

Learning to walk, then dance

Learning to walk, then dance
October 08, 2015
Alicia Bates’ life was upended when she suffered eight strokes over a period of about three weeks.